Tag Archives: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Mr. Hyde Is Taking over America

Dr. Jekyll is so buttoned down that his Hyde side emerges, but he looks pretty good to an America that is losing restraint.

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Discovering the Bad Girl Within

My student’s project on literary bad girls looks at “Jane Eyre,” Toni Morrison’s “Sula,” and Margaret Atwood’s “Alias Grace.”

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Paterno’s Rapist Associate and Mr. Hyde

“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” warns us that we are in danger of becoming monsters ourselves if we don’t hold on to our humanity when responding to monsters like alleged child molester Jerry Sandusky, close associate of Coach Joe Paterno.

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