Repression and duality (Part 2)
In this lesson,we will revisit the theme of repression and duality in the novel, considering how Stevenson uses Utterson's repression to represent the pressure put on Victorian gentlemen and the setting of Victorian London to reflect the duality across the novella.
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Lesson summary: Repression and duality (Part 2)
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