Throughout many works of literature, a prominent theme has been “Good vs. Evil”. Many authors base the plot of their novels around “good guys” fighting the “villain”.Robert Louis Stevenson contrasts good and evil through many of the characters thathe creates.
In the story “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, Stevensoncontrasts the characters of Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde to further the theme “Good vs. Evil”. This theme is common to many
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These two stories discuss the continuous battle between right and wrong which we encounter every day. Whether at work, school, or on a ship hunting for treasure, the choice between right and wrong will be made. Stevenson composed both of these pieces with that very idea in mind. The split personalities of Jekyll and Silver are fictional, but they represent the many daily temptations which all of us must resist every day of our lives.