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Human Nature What is human nature? In almost every century somebody has ever asked this question to attempt to discover the answer. Each person had a specific method of debating the matter. 1 special writer, Robert Louis Stevenson, described the duality of human character in his novel, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. "Man isn't truly one, but 2." (Chapter 10 page 125) Stevenson tells his potential to the planet through Jekyll. In his life he saw a continuous struggle. He also saw two natures fighting for control, and the winning nature determining his or her location in the dichotomous Victorian society. In the Victorian London society you're either the virtuous upper course that did no wrong or you were the scum of the planet. Jekyll didn't just show his potential, but many of the upper course in this specific society. Jekyll desired keep the achievement and reputation that he had, but he also wished to have the ability to appreciate his delights without being chased by culture. He felt as though society confined him, and he hungered for freedom. He wanted...