Review the various topics and select one on which to write this essay. This literary analysis should be 5-6 pages in length with 3 outside scholarly, peer-reviewed sources, and the novel as your primary source. The essay should conform to MLA guidelines for format and documentation. While reading and thinking about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, there are numerous approaches to analytical essay writing. Whether students analyze writing style or historical context, here are some suggested essay topics you can explore. Good versus Evil Throughout Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the theme of good versus evil is played out in a variety of ways, from the nature of the specific characters, to Stevenson’s loose parallels to religion and the nature of good and evil. Therefore, topics revolving around the nature of good versus evil in the novel are a rich area for students to explore. Some possible essay topics include: Using specific examples from the novel, explain how the duality of good vs. evil within each of us is depicted within the novel. While Jekyll and Hyde themselves fall at the far ends of the good versus evil spectrum, there are other characters who also demonstrate both characteristics in the novel. Discuss using multiple examples. Religion often depicts the nature of good versus evil. Given that religion played an important role in Victorian England, compare the story of Good vs. Evil to how it is depicted in any other religious work.
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