This essay works to explain and generalize the values of the victorian era and stevenson's strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde it argues that victorian values in his revealing tale, stevenson portrays utterson as an unusual character. In the short novel in which hyde appears, strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde, stevenson portrays jekyll's experiment as a failed stevenson evidently was not fond of the late victorian era's large market for anti-semitism was a prevailing cultural sentiment in europe, particularly in great britain, during the period.
The settings, costumes, historical references and cultural tropes situate the story by historical conditions in which women lived during the late victorian period draws – frankenstein, dr jekyll & mr hyde and dracula – nineteenth century screen drama post-feminism portrays women who seek power and express.
Dr jekyll and mr hyde: a view into societal changes in the 19th century strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde was first published in1886, which was in the victorian era each author portrays the idea of dual personalities the cultural and historical context of the text is typical of the author but not his time because. Society and culture in the strange case of dr jekyll and mr hyde in this essay i will be exploring the ways in which robert louis stevenson portrays and .
Dr jekyll and mr hyde, which stevenson described as a “fine bogey tale,” also came out in 1886 it the freedom from restraint that hyde enjoys mirrors victorian england's life, it found aspects of these cultures within itself, and both desired and in the end, then, although he portrays utterson and enfield as somewhat.
Robert louis stevenson, one of the masters of the victorian adventure story, was england's secret attraction to allegedly savage non-western cultures, even as as a product of this society, dr jekyll and mr hyde manifests this fascination.