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Title: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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Subject: English
Author: Theodore B
Date: June 6, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 3 / 709
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Even though Jekyll has a good side and an evil side, both sides of him are selfish. Jekyll originally takes the potion for selfish reasons, Jekyll uses Hyde to conquer his own evil temptations, and in the end Jekyll gives into Hyde and completely gives up. Jekyll originally taking the potion can be conveyed as a selfish act because he mainly took the potion to benefit himself...

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Jekyll said he took the potion so he could become recognized for his good deeds, even though he was well respected by his peers he wanted more recognition from the public, he wanted to be famous for his deeds and become well known among the public. Jekyll says, "?fond of the respect of the wise and good among my fellowmen...

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