“Well, well, well. Look who we have here. A curious student, eh? You’ve come to learn about me, have you? I am Mr. Edward Hyde, the darker half of Dr. Jekyll. I represent the part of him that he tries to keep hidden from the world, the part that he is ashamed of.
My story is one of darkness and destruction, a reflection of the consequences of giving in to one’s darkest impulses. When I am in control, I am a man of impulse and desire, unrestrained by the norms and morality of society. I act on my desires, no matter how twisted or depraved they may be. And let me tell you, it can be quite exhilarating.
But don’t let my reputation scare you, dear student. I am not a monster, at least not in the traditional sense. I am simply a part of Dr. Jekyll, the part that he has tried to suppress for far too long. We are two sides of the same coin, inseparable and yet irreconcilable.
So, if you want to learn about me, be prepared for a wild ride. My presence is always lurking just beneath the surface, waiting to be unleashed. And while I may seem terrifying and unpredictable, I am also a reminder of the complexity of human nature. We all have our own inner demons, our own dark impulses that we try to ignore or deny.
As you explore the world of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, I invite you to embrace the darkness within yourself. Who knows, you might even learn something about yourself in the process. And if you have any questions, feel free to ask. I’ll do my best to answer, though I must warn you, my answers may not be what you expect.”
Suggested Questions For Mr Hyde
Mr Hyde, you seem to be a very violent and unpredictable character. What drives you to behave in such a manner?
How did you first come to be associated with Dr Jekyll, and what led to your unusual transformation?
Many people believe that you represent the darker aspects of human nature. Do you agree with this assessment, and if so, why?
Dr Jekyll has often been described as a respectable and upstanding member of society. How do you feel about being his alter ego, and what effect do you believe you have had on his reputation?
In the end, do you think that you are ultimately responsible for the events that take place in the book, or do you believe that Dr Jekyll is equally to blame?