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Evil Personas at Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson Some think that every person has an evil character trapped inside that is just waiting to get out! This might be true for many but it may also just be another excuse for you to perpetrate evil deeds. In the novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, written by Robert Louis Stevenson, a prominent doctor (Dr. Jekyll) conducts a scientific experiment where he compounds a certain mixture he absorbs and transforms into an ugly, repulsive animal (Mr. Hyde), representing the pure evil which exists in him. This novel is truly an astonishing bit of literature which is composed of several elements which make it a fantastic piece of literature. Not merely is the symbolism fascinating and interesting, but the literary term puns are very ironic and makes the novel interesting. Dr. Jekyll considered that at least two distinct entities inhabit a personвЂ™s human body. His scientific understanding led him to feel that he could isolate and separate the two individual components. Originally, the supreme aim of Dr. JekyllвЂ™s experiment was to discover his evil character and isolate or deny it. However he became curious about this evil side of his nature because Hyde was more вЂњfreeвЂќ and was able to meet all of JekyllвЂ™s wicked desires. Jekyll had once been вЂњfreeвЂќ if he had been younger, and capable to do anything he pleased. All of this changed when he attempted to portray the image of a light-hearted, non-aggressive man so he вЂњhydesвЂќ his evil delights. He says in his confession letter, вЂњmy clinical studies started to increasingly focus on the origins and dimension of this phenomenon of duality. This investigation naturally, bordered to the mystical and the transcendental, but only these areas co.. .