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Homework Help: English

Posted by Mike on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 8:24am.

Could you please check the correction of your first sentence? I included a few more sentences on Stevenson's novel. Could you please have a look at them? Thank you.


1 a) 1984 can be considered as anti-utopian novel.
1)The single dominant theme in Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is that of the double, the divided nature of man and that things are not always what they appear.
2)Stevenson was preoccupied with this theme throughout his life and it appears in several of his works.
3)It is, however, worth remembering that the author, through Jekyll, does not argue that there are only two personalities within man but that there may be many and that the evil part may only account for a small proportion.
4) The theme of the double is expressed mainly through the characters. Obviously, Hyde represents the well-respected Jekyllís evil nature.
5)Utterson has many subtle contradictions in his character and his friendship with his kinsman (relative) Richard Enfield seems to flourish because he is the complete opposite to him in many ways.

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