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Penny Fielding highlights his point of view on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde that the novel paints ‘a damning portrait of society defined by repression and its inevitable twin, hypocrisy’. Fielding also insists later that the relation between repression and hypocrisy is one theme of this novel that cannot be overlooked. This opinion can be approved of a truth after reading the novel. Repression and hypocrisy run through the whole story which reflect on descriptions of every character. In this essay, I will focus on the repression and hypocrisy that appear to be connected in the novel by analyzing the background and main characters.
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S. T. Coleridge divides the concept of imagination into two separate parts: Primary imagination and Secondary imagination. Primary imagi... ... middle of paper ... ...radicts the themes of reason that dominated the Enlightenment Period. Works Cited Brother Jonathan, O. S. B. “Mother Frankenstein: Thoughts on Mary Shelley’s Creation.” Frankenstein (The Original 1818 'Uncensored' Edition). PlanetMonk Books, 2013.
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