Dr. Jekyll - 5. Through out the entire novel there is an...

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5. Through out the entire novel there is an ongoing theme of duality that is fought between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which is in fact a reflect on the ongoing battle of good versus evil. The mirror found in Jekyll’s laboratory is a symbol that amplified the nature of duality found within one character, location, or item. As Jekyll continues to consume the potion that transforms him into Mr. Hyde, he continues to change and as his change goes on he is slowly losing his pure side and Mr. Hyde is continuing to take over. The mirror within the laboratory signifies the reflection of Mr. Hyde and Mr. Jekyll. Every time Mr. Jekyll transforms into Mr. Hyde he looks in the mirror and sees something that he can not recognize and it’s quite peculiar that there is a mirror in a laboratory. The mirror in the laboratory signifies that the mirroring images will now be separated and only one image will now be reflecting in the mirror opposed to two different images reflecting since now Mr. Hyde has taken full control of the two. So ultimately the mirror
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Dr. Jekyll - 5. Through out the entire novel there is an...

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