Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is a book by Robert Louis Stevenson (written in 1886). Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a  tale of a charitable doctor – a scientist – who has been working on a top-secret experiment for years. Dr. Jekyll has always believed that a person is actually a composition of two entirely separate people (the person who is good and kind and the person who is mean and evil), and he’s determined to prove it. After years of toiling, Dr. Jekyll finally concocts a potion that is able to separate the two people within him – Dr. Jekyll and his alter ego, the evil Mr. Hyde.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde cartoon

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