Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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what is the "profound duplicity of life" and "the thorough primitive duality of man" in ur own words?

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There is the idea that everybody has a good and evil side to them. In Freudian terms: the Id and the superego. People suppress their primal urges to live in a functioning society. Jekyll wanted to unleash his repressed emotions free from the constraints of Victorian society.