Unformatted text preview: While the first story had one person who looked like two different people, the updated version will have two people that look exactly the same. This will force Jekyll to have to explain himself to others when Hyde escapes, and to also cover up Hyde’s murders. The inner monologues of the original story will instead be played out through dialog that almost always ends in Jekyll being unable to subdue Hyde and ultimately incapable to kill “himself.” Eventually, the pressures of all the murders and possible ramifications of cloning the first human add up and drive Jekyll mad, causing him to disappear and never be seen again; however, no one notices as Hyde will unknowingly take up Jekyll’s identity. In the end, Hyde is arrested for all of his murders and ruins Jekyll’s reputation....
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- Spring '08
- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, 21st century, Robert Louis Stevenson, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Dr. Jekyll, Jekyll