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Strange Case of Dr.Jekyll Livre audio, Version intégrale

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  • CD: 1 page (6 septembre 2011)
  • 1 page
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Livre audio, Version intégrale
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : 1843794454
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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the ultimate study of man's psyche and the terrifying realms of human impulse. A nineteenth-century classic, it is suspenseful storytelling at its best, and perfectly realised in this unabridged recording. Dr Jekyll's creation of a dangerous alter ego, with the intention of freeing himself from his own conscience, continues to compel readers to this day. As our narrator, Mr Utterson, seeks the truth about the mysterious Hyde, Jekyll's fervent desire to purge his soul of evil and his inability to control his counterpart comes to an unforgettable climax. Haunting and thrilling, this atmospheric fable is one of the world's greatest short stories. It is twinned here with Markheim, an earlier tale of second-selves, conscience and the struggle between good and evil.


The inclusion of the obscure Stevenson short story, Markheim, distinguishes this excellent audio version of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from many previous recordings. Roy McMillan is more than up to the formidable task of sketching the two personalities trapped in one body with just his voice; he s so successful that listeners may think different actors depict the respectable Victorian doctor and his brutish, murderous alter ego. McMillan also deserves kudos for maintaining listener interest during the novella's lengthy expository sections. While Markheim about a cryptic encounter between a man who unexpectedly turns violent and a supernatural being that might be the Devil is less compelling than the author's classic novella, McMillan again provides its characters with distinct voices. --Publishers Weekly

One of the most famous short stories of all time, Stevenson's classic tells the tale of the respected Dr Jekyll and his experiments on the dual nature of man. But these experiments unleash the good doctor's evil alter ego, Mr Hyde, a brute with no conscience or morality. As well, this set includes an earlier Stevenson story, Markheim, a fable about conscience and the struggle between good and evil. --the Globe and Mail

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Well done, if only party successful, examinations of good and evil in human nature 5 juillet 2012
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The pair of stories by Robert Louis Stevenson deal with the nature of good and evil in man's soul. Stevenson's views are clearly influenced by his Christianity, and some of them seem implausible from a more modern, scientific standpoint, but there is still much of value to be gleaned from these stories.

"The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is about an upstanding, respectable doctor who has a darker side which he guiltily hides from society, until through his experiments he severs in himself "those provinces of good and ill which divide and compound man's dual nature." This view of man's nature, as well as the natures of good and evil, is rather mystical, even Platonic, and not particularly insightful...but Stevenson has other things to say on those subjects which are. For instance, this story also explores the theme of how giving in to minor vices corrupts one's character, leading the way to greater evils and making it ever harder to remain on the path of righteousness.

"Markheim" is a psychological metaphor about a man who commits a murder, and a stranger arrives offering to help him carry the crime to a successful conclusion. Is it the devil, or his conscience? A suspenseful and intriguing story, and a nice companion to "Jekyll and Hyde".

Roy McMillan's narration is by far the best I've heard of "Jekyll and Hyde", and I've heard a few others. He really brings it to life, and there isn't a dry or dull moment in his reading of it. Definitely recommended.
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