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IDENTITY A CURRENT QUEST By Lucia Schiavone Liceo Scientifico A.Diaz
Performance Genre Author Success Main Character Dual Nature Ambiguity Setting Fiction features Historical setting
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Stevensons Horror Story
Robert Louis Stevenson Born in Edinburgh In1850 Fight against ill- health Travelling abroad Met Henry James Wrote stories and Romances 1883 Treasure Islands 1886 dr Jekyll Enjoyed popularity
Stevensons Success Enjoyed great popularity in his lifetime, then his literary reputation decreased, but by 1950 his contribution was universally acknowledged.
The Tale QualitiesDefects A gentlemanA monster sociableambiguous generousmean goodvicious
The dual Nature of Man On one side ordinary life On the other one a low life
Ambiguity Dr.Jekylls infernal alter ego embodies a part of the general Victorian crisis.
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