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Mar2618959flirtChicago Tribune, March 26, 1859. Twenty-seven years before Stevenson would publish The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a Boston physician is driven over to the dark side by the trifling widow of a dry goods merchant.

Jekyll and Hyde, by the way, is one of those classics that’s everything it’s cracked up to be, like Heart of Darkness and Moby-Dick. Serious evil emanates from every page.

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