Bokrecension: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde av Robert Louis Stevenson

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I have read the book Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, written by Robert Louis Stevenson. The book is about the man Dr Henry Jekyll. The book begins with a brutal assult, Mr hyde runs into a girl in a crossing and only because of that he knocks the girl down. Later Mr Hyde gets suspected for a murder.
Dr Jekyll is basically two persons, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. When Dr Jekyll drinks a homemade elixyr he changes into the evil other man Mr Hyde. You can see in a strange way that Dr Jekyll seems to be addicted to the Elixyr he has made. Suddenly one day the elixyr runs out and Dr jekyll kills himself. Then both Jekyll and Hyde disappears.

Main Characters.
The main charcters in the book are Dr Jekyll, Mr Hyde, Mr Uttersson and Dr Lanyon. Dr Jekyll is a good doctor and a very kind person and he is well liked by all his friends. But when Dr Jekyll drinks his homemade Elixyr he turns into Mr Hyde and then he becomes the evil side of himself and is running around on the streets and doing bad things. Mr Uttersson is Dr Jekyll´s very well known friend and he is also his lawyer. Dr Lanyon is one of Dr Jekyll´s oldest friends and he is also a doctor.

The settings.
The story takes place in a city, not so big I think. It´s a city with a big creepy black and high house in the middle. From the beginning to the end the environment is very nice without any boring stuff.

The language.
I think the language in the book was quite easy to understand. I must have a book with easy text so I understand, otherwise I will not understand the coherence.



Analysis to realism.
I don´t know exactly if the book is related to romanticism or realism. You don´t find any principle romantic line in the book so it must be related to the realism for the most. The only thing I can point out from romanticism is the fantasy of the homemade drink, because the romance is a little related to the fantasy. The description in the book is pretty careful. The book explains the reality pretty well. One thing to relate to realism from the book is that everything is realistic, I mean that everything from the plot was mostly real except from one thing, and that is the drink. I think it´s strange that it can change him to another person.
I don´t understand how that could be related to the realism or anything. Out of a real perspective I don´t think it´s possible. But maybe they thought so in the 1800s. The city where the book takes place is realistic, the houses and everything seem normal, maybe not the high black house, looks like a castle.You can say, the society in t...

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Inactive member [2008-01-14]   Bokrecension: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde av Robert Louis Stevenson
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