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“Read On!” & OUP (Oxford University Press) The Missing Link Competition Prof.ssa Cinzia Azzaretto Studente: Dario Di Lascio AS Cl.4^B VIA ARDEATINA, 524 – ROMA Tel. 06/ – 06/ Fax 06/ – Sito web: ISTITUTO TECNICO AGRARIO STATALE “G. GARIBALDI”
Dr Jekyll, Mr. Hyde and Frankenstein
In the two novels, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" and "Frankenstein" the protagonist are two doctors who are able to change nature. The two doctors created a monster in his lab to do an experiment.
Dr. Jekyll is trying to understand the dual nature of human beings and Dr. Frankenstein improves its intellectual and social interactions.
They fail in their task and they gave up their experiments. Dr. Jekyll thinks that if the man can get rid of his evil side man will be better, while the creation of Dr. Frankenstein is its dark side. The two doctor don't understand human nature, and consequently, their result are disastrous, and they are too ambitious and do experiments to control them.