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Try Harder
03-26-2006, 10:42 AM
i really need help with my coursewor , can anyone tell me how does the setting reflect duality? please?

xInneedx
04-04-2006, 12:05 PM
uumm. the beginning of the book...
sayin about the town being all nice and stuff, then that road thats jus different..the one that Hyde lives at...
lol:p..well i hope that kinda helps.. xx

confoosedgyal
04-05-2006, 11:28 AM
i really need help with my coursewor , can anyone tell me how does the setting reflect duality? please?


Victorian Edinburgh had 2 'faces' the prosperous middle-class New Town where Stevenson lived, and the 'old black city' with poverty, disease and overcrowding. the setting appears to be Victorian london, but he clearly had Edinburgh in mind with it's two identities.

i hope that helps u the book is **** alie