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"America .. the international Jekyll and Hyde ... the land of a thousand disguises, sneaks up on you but rarely surprises" - Gil Scott-Heron

"My wife would say I'm more Hyde than Jekyll!" - James Nesbitt

"The Bully has a Jekyll and Hyde nature - is vile, vicious and vindictive in private, but innocent and charming in front of witnesses; no-one can (or wants to) believe this individual has a vindictive nature - only the current target of the serial bully's aggression sees both sides; whilst the Jekyll side is described as "charming" and convincing enough to deceive personnel, management and a tribunal, the Hyde side is frequently described as "evil"; Hyde is the real person, Jekyll is an act." - Tim Field

"Jekyll and Hyde, in particular, is such an important novel in terms of suspense and setting a perfect scene for crime" - Alanna Knight

"Jekyll had more than a father's interest; Hyde had more than a son's indifference." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"My mother was a reader, and she read to us. She read us Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde when I was six and my brother was eight; I never forgot it." - Stephen King

"I enjoy the kind of characters that allow you to write the dark stuff. I love Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky, and when I'm writing for Dracula or Jekyll & Hyde, I get a chance to use that vocabulary." - Frank Wildhorn

"There's a Mr. Hyde for every happy Jekyll face, a dark face on the other side of the mirror." - Stephen King

"Well being in Kiss is having a more limited spectrum. It's a smaller playground to play in because there are limitations. I'm the big bad wolf and I'm supposed to do this and that. There are rules, which are self imposed I must say, but there are rules. We break enough of them, but the truth is that being Gene Simmons in an album called 'Asshole' forged me the opportunity of just recreating myself. Very much Jekyll and Hyde. Mr. Hyde is the big bad guy and Dr. Jekyll has studied and both are connected." - Gene Simmons

"There's a Mr. Hyde for every happy Jekyll face, a dark face on the other side of the mirror. The brain behind that face never heard of razors, prayers, or the logic of the universe. You turn the mirror sideways and see your face reflected with a sinister left-hand twist, half mad and half sane." - Stephen King

"I've always been a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde. I always feel that you should keep singles as commercial as possible so that the people can walk down the road and whistle a song. But on the other hand on albums I think you can afford to show people what you can do." - Roy Wood

"It doesn't happen all the time, but when I'm playing well it's as if my eyes change. I can feel it. I just feel like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde-a transformation happens, I'm a totally different human being. I don't hear anybody, I don't see anybody, nothing bothers me, nothing is going to interfere with what I'm about to do." - Jane Blalock

"More than one side? You're Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Jackass!" - Chuck Palahniuk

"I think there are very few invisible musical instrument players out there who can claim the chops and sheer perseverance of Bjorn Turoque, the world's perennial second-place air guitar champion. Whoever this Dan Crane might be, he's captured the mad, seductive spirit of the arbitrary skill contest perfectly, and rocks it hard into the hot Finnish night. There is no number of umlauts that do this Jekyll and Hyde of air-rocking justice." - John Hodgman

"I feel like the personal me and the artistic me are separate, but connected. It's almost like a Jekyll and Hyde thing. As much as you try to keep them apart, they end up together. I'm very much aware that when I'm miserable on the creative side - if I can't make things work a certain way - it really detracts from being the father I want to be. So in order to ultimately be a good father and the man I want to be I know I need to keep my creative side in check, or at least a little bit happy. It's weird how it's intertwined that way." - Frank Iero

"Beyond love, beyond unrequited love, perhaps even beyond any other passion known to humanity, deep, deep in the depths of the turgid, clinging, swamplike pit of despair that lies dormant within every soul, lurks JEALOUSY. Jealousy, that most demeaning and debilitating of emotions. Jealousy, which can double the strength of the love upon which it is based, but whilst doubling it, warp and pervert it, untill it is no longer recognizable as the thing of beauty it once was. Jealous love is no more like true love than Mr Hyde was like Dr Jekyll or a stagnant swamp is like a freshwater lake." - Ben Elton

"To cast in it with Hyde was to die a thousand interests and aspirations." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"There's two kinds of evil that horror fiction always deals with. One kind is the sort of evil that comes from inside people, like in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The other kind of evil is predestined evil. It falls on you like a stroke of lightning. That's the scary stuff, but, in a way, it's the stuff you don't have to worry about. I gotta worry whether or not I'm getting cavities. I gotta worry about whether cigarettes are giving me cancer. Those are things I can change. Don't give me lightning out of a clear sky. If that hits me I just say, "That's probably the way God meant it to be."" - Stephen King

"After a year, it was great to get out of L.A. and return to Hyde Park. Since my grandparents lived in Hyde Park, I had been coming there since I was a tyke." - Bonnie Jo Campbell

"God, so atrocious in the Old Testament, so attractive in the New-the Jekyl and Hyde of sacred romance." - Mark Twain

"Here then, as I lay down the pen and proceed to seal up my confession, I bring the life of that unhappy Henry Jekyll to an end." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"I think all human beings are at least a little bit Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde, and many of us are downright quadrophenic." - Dave Smalley

"We can adhere to the Henry Hyde amendment by saying that no federal funds will be used for abortions. And that's the bottom line for me." - Henry Cuellar

"O God! I screamed, and "O God! Again and again; for there before my eyes - pale and shaken, and half fainting, and groping before him with his hands, like a man restored from death - there stood Henry Jekyll."" - Robert Louis Stevenson

"If we were in another country, we would stone Henry Hyde to death and we would go to their homes and kill their wives and their children. We would kill their families, for what they're doing to this country." - Alec Baldwin

"If we were in another country, we would stone Henry Hyde to death and we would go to their homes and kill their wives and their children. We would kill their families, for what they"re doing to this country." - Alec Baldwin

"In 2008 and 2009 I was very blessed to be with Manager Brandon Hyde and Pitching coach Reid Corneilus. They both were extremely professional and did a great job helping prepare everyone for the next level." - Graham Taylor

"There are some fine books and essays about that. Lewis Hyde has written about alcoholism and poets and the role that society gives its writers - encouraging them to die." - Sharon Olds

"As an actor, the second and last ones were interesting for me. Because those parts had the most change in playing someone who was both light and dark, sort of Jekyl and Hyde." - Sigourney Weaver

"I was just thinking of bunding up Cecily and feeding her to the ducks in Hyde Park," said Will, pushing his wet hair back and favoring Jem with a rare smile." - Cassandra Clare

"Professor von Mises has a splendid analytical mind and an admirable passion for liberty; but as a student of human nature he is worse than null and as a debater he is of Hyde Park standard." - Ludwig Von Mises

"That's what I love about music. It's immediate. There's a connection whether you are playing at Hyde Park or Chicago, and it's been happening since the beginning of time and the troubadours." - Joe Perry

"Cardiff Stadium was a warm up for the 3 Hyde Park shows. James Brown opened. And I think it may be the only time we played Mini Epic live." - Chad Smith

"Everyone who knew [Barack] Obama from being in Hyde Park knew he was the smartest guy in any room he walked into; a decent, compassionate, lovely person; pragmatic, middle-of-the-road and ambitious." - Bill Ayers

"I learned the power of radio watching Eleanor Roosevelt do her show. I used to go up to Hyde Park and hold her papers. I was just a messenger, but it planted the bug of radio in me." - Allen Funt

"I liked working with Tom Christopher as he was great as Hawk, and Wilfred Hyde White but I wished it were in a different context as the changes really tuned off the audience." - Gil Gerard

"I feel as though whenever I create something, my Mr. Hyde wakes up in the middle of the night and starts thrashing it. I sometimes love it the next morning, but other times it is an abomination." - Criss Jami

"The main part of the Hyde bill is to withhold U.S. contributions to the regular assessed budget of the U.N. unless they make real and substantial reforms in the way they operate." - Cliff Stearns

"I thought that it was the most predictable speech that we could have heard from the right hon. and learned Gentleman. He may want to pose as the nice Dr. Jekyll, but we know that, deep down, he is still the same old Mr. Howard." - Tony Blair

"I hold that the beginning of modern Irish drama was in the winter of 1898, at a school feast at Coole, when Douglas Hyde and Miss Norma Borthwick acted in Irish in a Punch and Judy show; and the delighted children went back to tell their parents what grand curses 'An Craoibhin' had put on the baby and the policeman." - Lady Gregory

"I have three brothers and a sister. One older and three younger. My oldest brother Danny plays Hyde on 'That '70s Show,' and my younger brother Jordan and my sister Allanah act as well, so we're a bit of an acting family." - Christopher Masterson

"Gertrude Jekyll, like Monet, was a painter with poor eyesight, and their gardens - his at Giverny in the Seine valley, hers in Surrey - had resemblance's that may have sprung from this condition. Both loved plants that foamed and frothed over walls and pergolas, spread in tides beneath trees; both saw flowers in islands of colored light - an image the normal eye captures only by squinting." - Eleanor Perenyi

"Gertrude Jekyll, like Monet, was a painter with poor eyesight, and their gardens - his at Giverny in the Seine valley, hers in Surrey - had resemblances that may have sprung from this condition. Both loved plants that foamed and frothed over walls and pergolas, spread in tides beneath trees; both saw flowers in islands of colored light - an image the normal eye captures only by squinting." - Eleanor Perenyi

"All I dreamed about Dr. Jekyll was that one man was being pressed into a cabinet, when he swallowed a drug and changed into another being. I awoke and said at once that I had found the missing link for which I had been looking so long, and before I went again to sleep almost every detail of the story, as it stands, was clear to me. Of course, writing it was another thing." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"Then I lost him for a brief period of time, and by the time I caught up with him, he had wandered into Hyde Park, waded into the Serpetine, spread his arms wide, and was shouting, 'Ducks, embrace me as your king!" - Cassandra Clare

"They tell me that So-and-So, who does not write prefaces, is no charlatan. Well, I am. I first caught the ear of the British public on a cart in Hyde Park, to the blaring of brass bands,and this . . . because . . . I am a natural-born mountebank." - George Bernard Shaw

"Late into the [1944 election] night, [Gov. Thomas E.] Dewey still had not sent the usual polite message of congratulation to the winner. And so Roosevelt finally went upstairs to bed, riding up in the small elevator originally installed in the [Hyde Park] house to carry the family's trunks up and down. He said of Dewey, He's still a son of a bitch." - David Brinkley

"It is odd how pleasant and sympathetic her poems are, in these days when many a poet had rather walk down children like Mr. Hyde than weep over them like Swinburne, and when many a poem is gruesome occupational therapy for a poet who stays legally innocuous by means of it." - Randall Jarrell

"You point your feet out too much when you walk," Will went on. He was busy polishing an apple on his shirtfront, and appeared not to notice Tessa glaring at him. "Camille walks delicately. Like a faun in the woods. Not like a duck" "I do not walk like a duck." "I like ducks," Jem observed diplomatically. "Especially the ones in Hyde Park." - Cassandra Clare

"It came to me that Hyde Park has never belonged to London - that it has always been , in spirit, a stretch of countryside; and that it links the Londons of all periods together most magically - by remaining forever unchanged at the heart of a ever-changing town." - Dodie Smith

"[Of Shakespeare:] For there is an upstart Crow, beautified with our feathers, that with his Tygers hart wrapt in a Players hyde, supposes he is as well able to bombast out a blanke verse as the best of you: and being an absolute Johannes fac totum, is in his owne conceit the only Shake-scene in a countrey." - Robert Greene

"Goats," said Maxwell Hyde, "are a special case. Mad as hatters, all of them." - Diana Wynne Jones

"If he be Mr. Hyde" he had thought, "I shall be Mr. Seek." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"Of all the sights and sounds which attracted me on my first arrival to live in London in the mid-thirties, one combined operation left a lingering, individual spell. I naturally went to Hyde Park to hear the orators, the best of the many free entertainments on offer in the capital. I heard the purest milk of the world flowing, then as now, from the platform of the Socialist Party of Great Britain." - Michael Foot

"I think it was Jekyll who used to say that the further he went west, the more convinced he felt that the wise men came from the east." - Sydney Smith

"O my poor old Harry Jekyll, if ever I read Satan's signature upon a face, it is on that of your new friend." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"If you want to know why the towers of American capitalism are crumbling, I recommend reading 'The Creature from Jekyll Island' by G. Edward Griffin." - Robert Kiyosaki

"It is Nixon himself who represents that dark, venal and incurably violent side of the American character that almost every country in the world has learned to fear and despise. Our Barbie-doll president, with his Barbie-doll wife and his boxful of Barbie-doll children is also America's answer to the monstrous Mr. Hyde. He speaks for the Werewolf in us; the bully, the predatory shyster who turns into something unspeakable, full of claws and bleeding string-warts on nights when the moon comes to close..." - Hunter S Thompson

"I was just thinking of bundling up Cecily and feeding her to the ducks at Hyde Park," said Will, pushing his wet hair back and favoring Jem with a rare smile. "I could use your assistance." "Unfortunately, you may have to delay your plans for suicide a bit longer. Gabriel Lightwood is downstairs, and I have two words for you. Two of your favorite words, at least when you put them together." "'Utter simpleton'?" inquired Will. "'Worthless upstart'?" Jem grinned. "'Demon pox,'" he said." - Cassandra Clare

"You've got a lifetime to mull over the Buddhist understanding of interconnectedness." He spoke every sentence as if he'd written it down, memorized it, and was now reciting it. "But while you were looking out the window, you missed the chance to explore the equally interesting Buddhist belief in being present for every facet of your daily life, of being truly present. Be present in this class. And then, when it's over, be present out there," he said, nodding toward the lake and beyond.' ~Dr. Hyde, pg 50" - John Green

"Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde is a metaphor for alcoholism. He drinks a potion, becomes a monster. I know exactly how he feels." - Craig Ferguson

"I'll end discriminatory laws like the Hyde Amendment that make it all but impossible for low-income women - disproportionately, women of color - to exercise their rights." - Hillary Clinton

"We were walking through Hyde Park, going nowhere in particular, holding hands for a bit, then letting go as if holding hands wasn't one of life's big deals." - Hugh Laurie

"Another false philosophy that appeals to the Mr. Hyde side of our natures is that peeking into pornography is harmless. This is a terrible deception. Pornography is as addictive as cocaine or any illegal drug." - James E Faust

"The fate of the African continent does not f-ing depend on a load of f-ing musicians in Hyde Park singing f-ing s-t songs to kids." - Noel Gallagher

"On Christmas Day I'll head off for a couple of laps around the Serpentine, or a trek around the whole of Hyde Park. Or I'll walk right across town, with Curtis, my son Jamie's bull mastiff" - Stella Vine

"Immortality awaits the legislator fortunate enough to have a significant law named after him. Think of Pell grants or Stafford loans for students, Sarbanes-Oxley to regulate Wall Street, or the Hyde Amendment on abortions." - Jim Cooper

"We owe America something because they turned us into a touring band. But at least we feel confident about appearing in Britain again now. Hyde park was the first time over here for ages." - Steve Marriott

"Like the character I played in Jekyll, we all have different masks we put on for different occasions. As much as we all want to lead decent lives, we're also attracted by the idea that something dark may lurk within us," - James Nesbitt

"Like the character I played in 'Jekyll', we all have different masks we put on for different occasions. As much as we all want to lead decent lives, we're also attracted by the idea that something dark may lurk within us." - James Nesbitt

"Tom Hyde, the tinker, standing on the gallows, was asked if he had anything to say. "Tell the tailors," said he, "to remember to make a knot in their thread before they take the first stitch." His companion's prayer is forgotten." - Henry David Thoreau

"More worryingly, my baby fangs were out, which usually happened only when I was perilously close to tipping over into Mr. Hyde territory. I quickly drew them back in. It did' help much. I still looked like Dracula's daughter. Which was completely unfair, since he"d only been an uncle." - Karen Chance

"More worryingly, my baby fangs were out, which usually happened only when I was perilously close to tipping over into Mr. Hyde territory. I quickly drew them back in. It didn't help much. I still looked like Dracula's daughter. Which was completely unfair, since he'd only been an uncle." - Karen Chance

"And all was black and still, and black and cold, and black and dead, and black." - George R R Martin

"Midnight, and love, and youth, and Italy!" - Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton

"Hot and cold, and moist and dry." - Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas

"Sex and drugs and rock and roll." - Ian Dury

"Miles and miles and miles." - Alan Shepard

"I am also four, and twelve, and fifteen, and twenty-three, and thirty-one, and forty-five and . . . and . . . and . . ." - Madeleine L'Engle

"Forever and forever and forever" - Li Bai

"Stay and respond and expand and include and allow and forgive and enjoy and evolve and discern and inquire and accept and admit and divulge and open and reach out and speak up, this is utopia." - Alanis Morissette

"Wouldn't the sentence 'I want to put a hyphen between the words Fish and And and And and Chips in my Fish-and-Chips sign' have been clearer if quotation marks had been placed before Fish, and between Fish and and, and and and And, and And and and, and and and And, and And and and, and and and Chips, as well as after Chips?" - Martin Gardner

"We shall tax and tax, and spend and spend, and elect and elect." - Harry Hopkins

"The sad fact is that I love Dickens and Donne and Keats and Eliot and Forster and Conrad and Fitzgerald and Kafka and Wilde and Orwell and Waugh and Marvell and Greene and Sterne and Shakespeare and Webster and Swift and Yeats and Joyce and Hardy, really, really love them. It's just that they don't love me back." - David Nicholls

"The sad fact is that I love Dickens and Donne and Keats and Eliot and Forster and Conrad and Fitzgerald and Kafka and Wilde and Orwell and Waugh and Marvell and Greene and Sterne and Shakespeare and Webster and Swift and Yeats and Joyce and Hardy, really, really love them. It's just that they do' love me back." - David Nicholls

"He watched and wept and prayed and felt for all" - Oliver Goldsmith

"Law sutes consume time, and mony, and rest, and friends." - George Herbert

"Fromage and coffee and cognac and no gods." - Wallace Stevens

"They lived and laughed and loved and left." - James Joyce

"And Doubt and Discord step 'twixt thine and thee." - Lord Byron

"Listening is selecting and interpreting and acting and making decisions." - Pauline Oliveros

"Liberty and Union, now and for ever, one and inseparable!" - Daniel Webster

"Flowers and buds fall, and the old and ripe fall." - Proverbs

"Poetry and art and knowledge are sacred and pure." - George Eliot

"My sparrow, she flickers and wakes and sings and sings." - Lisa Ann Sandell

"I'm, like, super-clumsy and weird and funny and dorky." - Shantel Vansanten

"I write and walk and swim and drink." - John Le Carre

"I was always loud and obnoxious and giggly and funny." - Krysten Ritter

"Men and girls, men and girls: Artificial swine and pearls." - Gertrude Stein

"My mom's passionate and energetic and very funny and enthusiastic." - Eric Stonestreet

"I love inventing worlds and characters and settings and scenarios." - Jerry B Jenkins

"I am learning how to be angry and sad and lonely and joyful and excited and afraid and happy." - Laurie Halse Anderson

"Water and stone Flesh and bone Night and morn Rose and thorn Tree and wind Heart and mind" - Juliet Marillier

"We ate well and cheaply and drank well and cheaply and slept well and warm together and loved each other." - Ernest Hemingway

"I love walking down the street and seeing faces and drama and happiness and sadness and dirt and cleanliness." - Ric Ocasek

"Nicknames are baseball, names like Zeke and Pie and Kiki and Home Run and Cracker and Dizzy and Dazzy." - Ernie Harwell

"Audacity, and again, audacity, and always audacity." - Georges Danton

"Virtue and Happiness are Mother and Daughter." - Benjamin Franklin

"Twixt hope and fear, anxiety and anger." - Horace

"Surprise and delight and connection are remarkable." - Seth Godin

"I killed you. And you. And you." - Suzanne Collins

"Spahn and Sain and pray for rain," - Warren Spahn

"Life is beautiful, and terrible, and strange." - Johnette Napolitano

"Acquire knowledge, and learn tranquility and dignity." - Umar

"Virtuous and fair, royal and gracious." - William Shakespeare

"You're sick. Sick and evil and weird." - Neil Gaiman

"Go and do, don't sit and stew." - John Bytheway

"And trust dies from ifs and buts" - Aidan Chambers

"Slice and Dice, Slice and Dice" - Michael Grant

"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow,' he said." - Rainbow Rowell

"Inspiration and genius -one and the same." - Victor Hugo

"Boldness, and again boldness, and always boldness!" - Georges Danton

"Sighed and wept and said no more." - Anonymous

"Complain and remain. Praise and be raised." - Joyce Meyer

"Give and spend And God will send." - Henry George Bohn

"Wisdom and power follow endurance and patience." - Muhammad

"...Hope endures and overcomes misfortune and evil." - Martin Luther

"Live and learn and pass it on." - H Jackson Brown Jr

"And cooking is about balance and harmony." - Nigella Lawson

"Dark and Dangerous. And all mine." - Sylvia Day

"Just snow and sapphire and ink." - Stephenie Meyer

"Animals have personalities and minds and emotions." - Jane Goodall

"Masculine and feminine, vertical and horizontal." - Piet Mondrian

"Nods, and becks, and wreathed smiles." - John Milton

"Bachelor's fare: bread and cheese and kisses." - Jonathan Swift

"And forever, brother, hail and farewell." - Gaius Valerius Catullus

"Sigh'd and look'd, and sigh'd again." - John Dryden

"Weakened and wasted to skin and bone." - Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas

"Fame is weird and amorphous and unpredictable." - Tom Hiddleston

". . . And some people sing and dance." - Roger Miller

"Look at things and listen and feel." - Ernest Hemingway

"Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory." - James Kahn

"We are unusual and tragic and alive." - Dave Eggers

"Gone! ...And you and I quite crestfallen." - C S Lewis

"Boredom and booze-cause and effect." - Samuel Hopkins Adams

"And the rest is rust and stardust." - Vladimir Nabokov

"And Yale is November, crisp and energetic." - F Scott Fitzgerald

"Think and wonder, wonder and think." - Dr. Seuss

"Every unwanted animal ends up on my farm: alpacas and horses and dogs and cats and chickens and ducks and parrots and fish and guinea pigs." - Salma Hayek

"I loved fencing and dancing and elocution." - Vivien Leigh



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