What does Jekyll mean when he says that man is “truly two” (104) and that “in the agonized womb of consciousness,these polar twins should be continuously struggling? (105).
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Jekyll is referring to his belief that all people are both good and evil, with one side constantly fighting against the other. He implies that a man is not necessarily good or evil, as he has the inherent potential to be either.
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