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This excerpt connects to the theme “Evil can never
truly hide itself” because it shows how
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As the saying goes “Evil cannot really hide itself” the reality hidden within the character cannot be obscured in the darkness.
The passage shows how Dr. Jekyll’s inner evil is embracing his conscious moments and showing himself, in the same way that the phrase implies that there is nothing real that we could keep inside forever, it will always lift us to the surface of man because of its deep roots in our bare soul and essence.