"Edward Hyde, alone in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil." The
mysterious association between respectable Dr Henry Jekyll and
despicable lowlife Edward Hyde is a puzzle to Dr Jekyll's friends,
including his lawyer Gabriel Utterson. Where Jekyll is sociable,
hardworking and pious, Hyde is a violent criminal, a wild hedonist.
When Hyde beats a member of Parliament to death, Utterson is
determined to discover the ties that bind the two men together. . .
Robert Louis Stevenson's account of man's capacity for evil is as
powerful today as it was on first publication in 1886.
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