Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


How does the story Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde represent community?

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I'm not sure what you mean by "community". The story would have resonated with Victorian audiences. The sense of people having a dark side did not go well with the pure Christian ethic. The transformation would have both frightened and enticed people to think about existing free of society's morals and boundaries.