Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

what does jekyll see as the value of seperate identities?

in his case good can be overpowered by evil

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This is similar to your question before. I think Jekyll always felt he could party as Hyde for a while yet retain the choice to go back to his mild mannered identity. Everything, however, exacts a price. Like a person who dabbles in highly addictive drugs, the threat of bondage to his dark side is always near. This is a theme throughout literature and movies. Hey even Luke Skywalker was almost consumed by the dark side!