The Victorian Novel
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This paper explains that, by externalizing these qualities in the roles of women and men, the Victorian novel limits the representation of gender. Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" deliberately contradicts this tradition by locating both feminine and masculine dualities within the men of his novel. This enables Stevenson to represent gender in more complex contexts.
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