Nada Hussein
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would it be a good idea to compare the strange case of Dr Jekyll and mr Hyde with Frankenstein or Dracula in a literature essay? and what could be compared between them?
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would it be a good idea to compare the strange case of Dr Jekyll and mr Hyde with Frankenstein or Dracula in a literature essay? and what could be compared between them?
Frankenstein is a good one to compare - the key overriding concept is the same : both Dr Jekyll and Frankenstein create a 'being' that embodies their own deepest and darkest desires, the only difference is that Jekyll himself transforms into Mr Hyde, so in physicality they are the same being, but Frankenstein creates a creature separate from himself, but they are still the same being in spirit (because the Frankenstein Monster is a projection of Frankenstein himself) -- Either way they both use their creations as a scape goat / way they cannot be blamed for acting on these 'deep, dark' desires
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