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Today's movies and literature deal with the possibility of a good and evil twin residing in the same body, sometimes in varying degrees. This concept first gained great prominence in the fiction work written by Robert Lewis Stevenson in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. This story, first published in 1886, utilizes the duality of soul concept through example of one Henry Jekyll, showi...

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Jekyll from their book “The Strange Case of Dr.
Robert Louis Stevenson - the author of the novella “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”- was born in Edinburgh in 1850 and died at the young age of forty-four.

 

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by: Robert Louis Stevenson

Research Topic: Mental illness, Split Personality Disorder

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This essay will analyse how the author captures the reader’s interest and introduces the key ideas in chapter 1 of ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.’ This essay will evaluate how the author, Robert Louis Stevenson, uses different language, how RL Stevenson uses imagery, structure and form, and the settings to capture the reader’s interest....


The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Miss Osbourne - IMDb

These are all themes Robert Louis Stevenson addresses in his novel, “The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” Robert Louis Stevenson presents the view that no human has the capacity to be completely good or completely bad.

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Throughout his childhood he was told morbid tales from the Bible, as well as Victorian penny-serial novels that he would carry with him throughout his years and what would place the greatest impact on his writing.[1] In 1886, he published a novel, The Strange Case of Dr.

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Stevenson does not reveal the details of Jekyll's story until the end of the novel, but presents the tale as mystery, in which the main characters try to figure out the identity of Mr Hyde and understand his strange relationship with Dr Jekyll....

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Following on from his success with films such as The Beast and Immoral Tales Walerian Borowczyk put his own spin on things with the oddly entitled The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Miss Osbourne in 1981. The film also put out much to the directors annoyance in some territories as ‘Docteur Jekyll et les femmes’ had Hyde played by the excellently expressive Udo Kier which is pretty much a match made in heaven, especially after he hammed things up so fantastically in Paul Morrissey’s Flesh For Frankenstein and Blood For Dracula, having him play another Universal great seemed like a great idea. For some reason though and I am not sure if it was due to transformation scenes and perhaps the extras will shed some light on this, the role of Hyde is played by another actor Gérard Zalcberg, appearing in his debut feature.

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The ex-cop falls for the married woman while the husband turns into an ugly punk criminal andgets involved with strange elements including the big bad boss Divine out of drag in a house full of ugly modern paintings, a trigger-happy insane sugar-daddy,and a strange black man with 3 spikes in his hair who recites poetry and likes to kill people Vietnam-style while performing a Shinto ritual.