Fiction Essay Examples

The novel ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’

The purpose of this essay is to consider the different views of human nature that Stevenson presents in his book: ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’. The main character has a split personality, where one is the opposite of the other. Stevenson believes that evil is just as much a part of… View Article

A Discussion of the Final Chapter of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

In the final stages of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, there are many ways in which the author, Robert Louis Stevenson, both explores human nature, and also creates a sense of sympathy on the part of the reader for Dr Henry Jekyll, which could be said to extend to Mr Edward Hyde as well. In… View Article

Jekyll And Hyde Letter

At last I can now relate to you regarding that quite awful episode at our friend Dr. Jekyll’s window a while back. I feel I must bring you up to date on the shocking events that have occurred since our last departure. I have just read the letter of our lost friend Henry on his… View Article

The Strange Case of DR. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Analysis

“There are some things that should be kept private” The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is about a person who is a famous scientist that believes the idea of each person having two different personalities, this is what is shown in the story on how the two different personalities effects Dr. Jekyll… View Article

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”, was born in Edinburgh in 1880 and died at the age of 44 in 1894. He wrote the book in 1886, the same time he wrote another book called “Kidnapped”. He was the son of a prosperous civil engineer but his growing disillusion with… View Article

Story of a Scavenger

As the moon settled in for an evening view of the city, a curious eye looking down on London, the human inhabitants slowly deserted the streets. The moon shone innocence and purity, a white light of security leading the last few to their homes. To the left, off the main street, a young gentleman and… View Article

Prose Study Coursework

In chapters 13 and 14 of the novel Treasure Island, through use of different literary techniques such as animal imagery, similes, metaphors, assonance and many more, Stevenson achieves a sense of foreboding as to what will happen later in the novel, dropping hints here and there. These chapters are important because the crew of the… View Article

Evaluate Stevenson’s depiction of the murder of Sir Danvers Carew

Robert Louis Stevenson wrote the novel “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.” The novel is set in the society of Victorian London and was written in 1886. The story tells of a middle-class respectable man, who’s profession as a scientist one day leads him to experiment with a potion in his laboratory…. View Article