Books: Split Personality

TWO MEN IN ME—Daniel-Rops— Rockwell ($2).

Author Daniel-Rops thinks Robert Balfour Stevenson did more than spin a yarn and preach a sermon when he wrote Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. He thinks Stevenson indicated a psychological truth which he falsified into melodrama. The split personalities in these four stories are due not to drugs but to circumstance; the stories are dramatic but no fairy tales.

Two engineers, isolated in the Swiss mountains, hate each other. One night one of them pushes the other into a gorge, then leads a...

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