The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
First published as a "shilling shocker", Robert Louis Stevenson's dark psychological tale explores the idea of the split personality. Respectable Dr. Jekyll's mysterious association with the notorious young Mr. Hyde culminates in a shocking revelation in the doctor's laboratory.
In this new audio version, narrator Jake Urry vividly brings this chilling tale to life for 21st-century audiences.
Détails sur le produit
|Durée||3 heures et 9 minutes|
|Auteur||Robert Louis Stevenson|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||18 juin 2021|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
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Some struggle with keeping Hyde hidden, but others seen to have no difficulty at all. The truth is, given a particular set of circumstances, Hyde could be released in all of us. In most of us, Hyde will never appear. But, we should always be aware of the potential.
Jekyll thought he could somehow separate the two personas, be Hyde without the conscience. Ah, the duality of our nature. They are intrinsically tied together. Only psychopaths or sociopaths can hold that separation. Only they know what pain they suffer.
This Gothic style of writing is intense and difficult to understand. You just can't breeze through it like some books. Sometimes you have to stop and ponder what he's saying, because it is deep. In the end it is deeply enjoyable. It makes you think about yourself and your own demons. Demons come in many forms. At first we think we can control them, but learn, hopefully sooner rather than later, that that rarely works.