Unformatted text preview: EVOLUTION OF GOTHIC
FRANKENTSTEIN By: Emiiy Baethke, Mercedez DaSilva, Kalya Ur’bina and
Rosie Morris TIMELINE Mary Shelley was born on
August 30, 1797. She was
known for her horror novels Sheiiey,M0iy. "Axiom-ISheiig/ﬂ Bio.
such as Frankenstein (1818), Networks TElE sion, 2076.l’l"eb.0'
Valperga (1823), and The Last
Man (1826). Shelley
experienced a type of
domestic tranquility that
made her focus on horror.
Shelley died of brain cancer
on February ’I, 1851.. h ffp.'r"/LF1!L-“iflri.i‘. biograp by. to mr‘pe Obie/m (try, Gothic is a genre or The Gothic Genre : mode of literature and film that combines
fiction and horror, 1.Takes place inacastle I death, and at times 2. Has an atmosphere of mystery and suspense. r0 m a n CE
3. Contains an ancient prophecy 4. Has omens, portents, and visions.
5. Has occurrences of supernatural or otherwi e
inexplicable events. 6. Shows high andi‘or overwrought emotions Elements of a
7. There is a damsel in distress
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impLi;3533.23.32Saiemaiﬁm” ” _ Gothic Novel 9. Depicts gloom or horror
10, Has dark and mysterious vocabulary Aluoploonlonac Atmosphere of mystery and suspense:
throughout the novel, the reader
cannot predict what the creature will
_ do. Victor's constant fear and hatred
Relatlng to towards what he once loved drives the
creature to go to extreme lengths to get
- his attention. Fra n ke '1 st 8 I n Omens. portents, and visions: Victor
dreams of Elizabeth being dead. This
foreshadows her actual death.
coming to life, Victor creating the
monster. Emotions: the creatures continuous
obsession with not being loved.
Metonomy: weather lines up with
moods. Rains when Victor is sad and he
is happy in the spring time. ...
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