Frankenstein and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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Frankenstein: Using parts from corpses, Victor Frankenstein creates a large, man-like creature. Rejected and abused by humans, the creature takes revenge by committing murder. Frankenstein then pursues the creature, determined to kill him or die in the attempt.
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: When Dr. Henry Jekyll begins to look ill and isolates himself from his friends, they fear for his life. A mysterious, evil man named Edward Hyde comes and goes in Jekyll’s house. Why does Jekyll associate with Hyde and continually protect him? The truth proves astonishing.
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