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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
The classic nightmare tale in a thrilling new edition Spawned by a nightmare that Stevenson had, this classic tale of the dark, primordial night of the soul remains a masterpiece of the duality of good and evil within us all.
ISBN-13: 9780451528957
ISBN-10: 0451528956
Publication Date: 9/2/2003
Pages: 139
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Publisher: Signet Classics
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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I was curious when I found this book at a garage sale. I always wanted to know the original story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Now a days, many movies have been made and thought to represent this story, so I was curious and bought it.

I believe this book is the shortened version of the original story without all the "mumbo jumbo". Just the important facts and important story line details are included. That's one of the reasons I bought it.

Aside from the story, the book also includes an essay and an afterord about the story from other authors' point of view and their opinions. These additions are very interesting. Kind of like a "book club" meeting where all of the topics of the story are discussed and opinions are provided.

So if you're curious about the original story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, try this book out! It will answer a lot of your questions and solve a lot of myths that are planted into today's movies about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

The only downfall of this book, is that some of the words and sentence structure are of the "old world style", and you sometimes have to think about what the author is really trying to say. For example, the word "ey" means "yes". That's a simple example, but you get the picture. I was able to read through it just fine. When I would get caught up a word I didn't understand it didn't matter because the sentence still made sense in the end.
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Great Book.

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Justly a classic.


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