Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

what was your reaction when poole explained that he heard hyde "weeping like a woman or a lost soul" inside the cabinet? did learning this change your feelings about mr. hyde? why or why not?

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It just made me appreciate the complexity of Jekyll's personality and really the human psyche. Jekyll represented humanity in Victorian England. He represented repressed desires struggling to come out and stay. Jekyll was exploring his Jungian dark side or his Freudian Id. I found it rather interesting more than sad.