The Gothic novel, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Pdf authored by Scottish novelist Robert Stevenson is considered one of the popular novella of all time.
It was published in 1866 but the initial response was good enough but got instant popularity after a favorable review by The Times magazine.
More than forty thousand copies of the strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde pdf were sold within six weeks after the review and the author Robert Stevenson received wide acclamation for his work.This gothic novella book by Robert Stevenson became one of his most popular and best-selling books.
The story of this Pdf eBook is about a London based practitioner, Gabriel Utterson, who investigates the strange and mysterious interaction between his friend Henry Jekyll and the devil, Edward Hyde.
It revolves around the idea of how human personalities could reflect the interplay of evil and good. The informal phrase “Jekyll and Hyde” refers to persons with an unpredictable dual nature: acting well outwardly but possess a secret evil nature.
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The story of this popular novel is adapted into several stage plays and films. The idea of the twisted story revolves around personalities with dual nature, who act well overtly but covertly possess evil nature.
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|Number Of Pages:||161 Pages|
|Novel Genre:||Gothic Fiction|
What Is The Theme Of This Gothic Novella?
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Stevenson accounts for the complexities of science and the duplicity of human nature.