It is the complete package that makes us who we are, every aspect of our personalities, the lives we have led, our experiences and how we have dealt with them that have in turn helped to shape who we are today. But what if we could chose to change some part of us… or perhaps remove the negative, would that automatically make us a better person? Or do we need our inner struggles, and impulses, to help us achieve a balance between good and evil that ultimately helps us to define who we are as a person?
These are the themes Robert Louis Stevenson sought to explore in his work The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. A work that introduced the phrase “Jekyll and Hyde” into our language, and brought the concept of split personality to the attention of many for whom the concept was previously hard to imagine.
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