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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Read & download × PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ [Reading] ➺ The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde By Robert Louis Stevenson – Gym-apparel.co.uk Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde is a classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson fDr Jekyll Mr Hyde is Case of Kindle #207 a classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson for children classic horror literature It is a story that falls into world literature of horror fiction A large well made smooth faced man The Strange eBook #180 of fifty occasionally feels he is fighting between the good and evil. OH BOY OH BOY PEOPLE I HAVE A NEW FAVOURITEThis edition came with two stories The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and The Bottle Imp and they were both awesome let's talk about them I'm so excited I can't contain myselfJekyll So Well Crafted From beginning to end the story was engaging and the themes where uite straightforward but I really love that in writing see George Orwell is my favourite author I like it when authors aren't bogging their messages down in unneeded subtleties Some of these sentences I swear to god One of my favourite ones “I slept after the prostration of the day with a stringent and profound slumber which not even the nightmares that wrung me could avail to break” The context doesn't even matter It's solid gold My only distress with this story comes not from anything Stevenson did but from the fact that it's so famous spoiler alert I wish I didn't know Jekyll and Hyde are the same person Gosh darn it The story is solid enough that it doesn't matter if you know or not which is important if one spoiler can ruin your story you don't have a very good story but it would have been so wickedly fun not to know Stevenson did such a good job of hiding it The ideas of evil vs good in humans were great And the idea that Jekyll didn't hate Hyde GOSH DARNIT THIS WAS GREAT That ending though That ending THAT ENDING JESUSBottle I had no idea what the heck this was which made it so much fun What a story Stevenson has an awesome imagination To avoid spoilers I'll keep this brief This story was so stressful Oh man I felt legitimate anxiety My heart it was not happy WHICH IS GREAT It's amazing when a piece of writing can make you feel real dread Why was it set in Hawaii When talking to a friend who is Scottish and so is Stevenson so I trust her on this subject she explained to me that Stevenson was known for being a world traveller so maybe he just wanted to explore something new It was interesting I'd like to look into the significance of the Hawaii setting definitely something to do with being an island I wanted this to end sadly Gosh it was so set up for a sad ending and I was dreading dreading dreading that it would end badly but sometimes these things can't end well I think ultimately the ending didn't feel too bad It could have been done worse I think the saviour situation that happened had legitimate merit but still I think this would have been better if it had ended horriblyGo read this seriously people

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Within himself therefore leading to the struggle between his double personalities of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde He has spent a great part of his Strange Case of PDF #10003 life trying to control evil appetite that were not fitting for a man of his caliber He creates a potion in an attempt to cover this hidden evil wit. KUDOS KUDOS and KUDOS to you Mr Stevenson First for bringing me happy than a Slip N Slide on a scorching summer day by providing Warner Bros with the inspiration for one of my favorite cartoons Hyde and Go Tweet I mean who didn't love giant cat eating Tweety Hyde Second and seriously when I tardily returned to your classic gothic novella as an adult you once again red lined my joy meter with the strength and elouence of your story craft You story is the gift that keeps on givingIn both structure and content this narrative is a work of art From a technical perspective it can be admired for its superb mingling of different literary devices More importantly for me at least the story itself is a powerful depiction of some very important ideas about humanity and what we sometimes hide behind the veneer of civilization Structurally the novella crams stuffs and presses a complete fully fleshed story in its scant 88 pages by using a brilliant combo of point of view changes dialogue flashback and epistolary components In lesser hands the amount of information and story contained in this tale would have reuired a lot paper In addition to being a model of conciseness the change in style in my opinion added to the enjoyment of the story by allowing the reader to be “present” during the narrative Content wise Stevenson really knocks the cover off the ball Despite being written in 1886 this tale still stands as the uintessential fictional examination of the duality of man’s nature and the very human struggle between the civilized and primal aspects of our beings The constrained repressive society of the Victorian Period in which the story takes place provides the perfect back drop for the model of outward English propriety Dr Henry Jekyll to battle metaphorically and literally the darker baser but still very human desires personified in the person of Edward Hyde What a perfect allegory between the face people wear in public and the one they take out only in private Hence it came about that I concealed my pleasures; and that when I reached years of reflection and began to look round me and take stock of my progress and position in the world I stood already committed to a profound duplicity of life Stevenson’s prose is engaging and I found myself pulled into the narrative from the beginning I particularly enjoyed when Stevenson wrote of his characters’ reactions to being in the presence of Mr Hyde and the palpable pervasive but non pinpointable sense of evil and dread that radiated from him For example ‘There is something wrong with his appearance; something displeasing something downright detestable’’Hyde’s features were the expression and bore the stamp of lower elements in my soul’‘The last I think; for O poor old Harry Jekyll if ever I read Satan's signature upon a face it is on that of your new friend’ I was also impressed with Henry Jekyll’s description of his growing realization that man not homogenous inside his own skin but a conglomerate of competing personalities and aspects With every day and from both sides of my intelligence the moral and the intellectual I thus drew steadily nearer to the truth by whose partial discovery I have been doomed to such a dreadful shipwreck that man is not truly one but truly two I hazard the guess that man will be ultimately known for a mere polity of multifarious incongruous and independent denizens Overall this is one of those classics that lives up to its name and rightfully belongs among the highlights of gothic fiction I am very very pleased that I decided to revisit this story as I found that I loved as an adult what I could only “try to appreciate” as a child 40 stars HIGHEST POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION

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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeHin his personality However in doing so Jekyll is Strange Case of Dr Jekyll PDFEPUBtransformed into the smaller younger cruel remorseless evil Edward Hyde Dr Jekyll has many friends and has a friendly personality but as Mr Hyde he becomes mysterious and violent The story is mysterious piece of fiction for childre. The appearancessuperficiality motif appears as early on as the first sentence in this tense tight but ultimately convoluted smear of a novella Count on countenance for good sturdy bones in a story of detection yet Plus there are really nice framing devices on display here a check mark always in my book like the letters within letters narrative a nifty exercise which is mighty cool Here my favorite sentence from the Robert Louis Stevenson classic Jekyll had than a father's interest; Hyde had than a son's indifference 85 Super dooper neatYet And then there is the fact that the main protagonists become manifested once they are uttered into existence by the status uo the pre turn of the century Londonfolk Rumor creates their reputations before the two er one ever make the center stage HoweverI must mention that I feel as though the actual occurrence the solved crime what's underneath all the whispy artifices of this rudimentary detective noir novel is a homosexual relationship gone to extremes to a level that's too literary Maybe that's a stretch Also I LOVE that JEKYLL sounds like jackal as in Devil CuteButThis is not worthy of the canon Bottom Line Cos the whole Dual Nature and Commingling of Good and Evil thing is overdone stamped into the reader like some mantra that could be interpreted in many different ways and becomes uite frankly overly exhausted This ain't as kitschy or pre kitschy nowhere near as I'd foolishly predicted If you want something macabre AND brilliant go to the French serial classic The Phantom of the Opera