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Hi, I need help in getting quotations for these themes: religion, science, duality of nature, reputation, secrecy, repression.

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I did subscribe to LitCharts, but ended the sub just last week. Costs a tenner (approx for all guide downloads for one month) for most school, college books - they have reviewed & produce revision material that can help students understand the books better, rather than being a source for cut & paste.



If you wanted a *free* solution, then a serious search engine, such as "scholar.Google" can get you loads of things to review, read and review, & reword in your own creative answers.

https://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar...+duality&btnG=

for example change duality into "quote" for some quotes or use +
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https://moodle.queenelizabeth.cumbri...e-litchart.pdf

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5339636 gcse j&h revision guide link on that thread.
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Hi, on your guide you have this quote and analysis. Which theme does this link to.
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the front aspect of jekyll's house presents "a great air of wealth and comfort" while mr hyde is seen entering a building which displays an air of "prolonged and sordid negligence"; both aspects are of the same property. the description of hyde's part house could reflect the fact that for a while, jekyll didn't transform into hyde so in a sense, he was neglecting him. stevenson is making the point that both reputable and disreputable exist in close proximity- a respectable facade is no guarantee that there's nothing dark behind it.
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Hi, on your guide you have this quote and analysis. Which theme does this link to.
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the front aspect of jekyll's house presents "a great air of wealth and comfort" while mr hyde is seen entering a building which displays an air of "prolonged and sordid negligence"; both aspects are of the same property. the description of hyde's part house could reflect the fact that for a while, jekyll didn't transform into hyde so in a sense, he was neglecting him. stevenson is making the point that both reputable and disreputable exist in close proximity- a respectable facade is no guarantee that there's nothing dark behind it.
i'd say that links to secrecy:yes:
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