Read the excerpt from The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Right in the middle there lay the body of a man sorely contorted and still twitching. They drew near on tiptoe, turned it on its back and beheld the face of Edward Hyde. He was dressed in clothes far too large for him, clothes of the doctor's bigness; the cords of his face still moved with a semblance of life, but life was quite gone: and by the crushed phial in the hand and the strong smell of kernels that hung upon the air, Utterson knew that he was looking on the body of a self-destroyer. "We have come too late,” he said sternly, "whether to save or punish. Hyde is gone to his account; and it only remains for us to find the body of your master.” Which theme does this passage best support? Evil can never truly hide itself. It is important to trust your instinct. Utterson and the servants find Hyde’s body. The men continue to look for Dr. Jekyll.
A. Evil can never truly hide itself.
"Evil can never truly hide itself" is the theme covered in this excerpt. This is because it shows that even if Hyde hid and did evil without anyone being able to solve it and even if that evil was in relation to himself, it would not be hidden and it would not be possible that this truth would never be discovered, because all the evil is perceptible at one time or another.
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