posted by Mike .
Thank you very much for your help. I forgot to include the following stataments.
1) As he changed into Hyde, he experienced a sense of freedom in his increased wickedness.
2)He was physically smaller and younger because, up to that moment, the evil side of his nature had been dominated by the good and was therefore much less exercised.
3) In spite of this, the mark of evil was clearly on the face of Hyde. The image of Hyde in the mirror did not disgust him though he was aware (conscious) he had turned into a reckless, tenfold more wicked man.
4) In fact, he found this image, his pure evil self, much more natural and acceptable than his previously divided self/personality.
5) The others felt him repugnant because, unlike them, Hyde was pure evil.
These are fine. What do you have questions about?