we know Dr. Jekyll conceals pleasures in the last chapter. who else does throughout the novel
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I'm not sure there are any stated hiding of desires of characters other than Dr. Jekyll. I suppose all of Victorian society did this to some extent. The Victorian world was very sexually repressive. There are critics who speculate that the character of Utterson might be a homosexual but that is an interpretation. We all have primal desires that we hide. We are mammals after all but we follow a social code.