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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was written by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1886. Robert Louis Stevenson wrote many novellas, but Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was one of his most popular writings. He uses figures of speech and characters to show what he wanted the readers to think about the story. Many authors do not write exactly what they want the reader to think about their stories, instead they use characters to show the theme. In the story of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson uses his characters and settings to show the conflict between good versus evil. In The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Mr. Hyde is a clear example of evil through character development. In the beginning of the novella, the reader is first introduced to Mr. Hyde. He stomps on a child which is a clear representation of evil. No person in their right mind would stomp on a young girl and walk off feeling proud. In this instance, Robert Louis Stevenson also used setting to show evil in Mr. Hyde. It was late at night when Mr. Hyde stomped on the child. When people think of night, they usually think of the scary things that happen such as robberies, murders, and demons coming out. When the author set the scene for Mr. Hyde’s introduction he uses the phrase “add the quote here” to describe the street that the crime was committed on. Mr. Utterson, a very naturalistic character, he is a very unbiased lawyer and becomes one of the main characters throughout the story. He is the character with the most common sense and he is the most curious about all of the strange events happening around the main characters of the novella. Some of the other characters brush some of the peculiar activity off like it is normal for it to be happening. For example….. (add in example from text) In the story, there is a clear representation of good and evil. The “good” character in the novella is Dr. Jekyll. ByIn the end of the story, the readeryou finds out that Dr. Jekyll is actually Mr. Hyde’s alternate persona. The reason the Robert Louis Stevenson shows two different personas in one person is to show that we all have good and evil inside of themus. The reader would not automatically assume that there were two different personas, but using literary analysis the reader discovers a new story within the prewritten novella. Overall, Robert Louis Stevenson does a great job showing communicating his ideas through his literary workanalysis. He shows good and evil through many different ways including setting and character development. Mr. Hyde iwas supposed to be the clear representation of evil. Alwell as Dr. Jekyll is supposed to be the obvious representation of good.  In the story The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson uses his characters and settings to show the conflict between good versus evil. Eva,