Does anyone know of any books with a main character that has a split personality?
Fight club immediately springs to mind.
Any others you can think of, especially if they have a big reveal at the end?
I'd love to see how people have handled it.
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For me, the obvious 20th Century classic would be The Atrocity Exhibition by J. G. Ballard.
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One of Agatha Christie's early novels, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the classic. Wikipedia has a big list as well.
Be aware that most popular portrayals of Dissociative Identity Disorder are inaccurate to the actual medical condition, though.
Well, I've read a lot of fantasy, horror, and sci-fi novels where someone is possessed/controlled by an outside force at times. Does that count?
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