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HOW REJECTION LEADS TO OBSESSION 1 Discuss How Rejection leads to Obsession Name Professor Course 09/07/17
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HOW REJECTION LEADS TO OBSESSION 2 Discuss How Rejection leads to Obsession Social rejection leads to obsession based on the aggression and isolation. Rejection is expressed in a novel written by Mary Shelley. The novel tells a story of Victor Frankenstein who is narrating his story to another character in the book called Walton. The story is about rejection that leads to obsession. This is similar to an episode in a series TV show called Be Right Back. In the TV show, the second season first episode recounts on a story about Martha who is obsessed about her lover who dies and leaves her distressed and obsessed. In this essay, obsession will be discussed as the main result of rejection based on the comparative ideas from the novel and the TV show. In the novel by Mary Shelley, rejection is brought out through the character that is not even namely identified as an individual. The character is referred to as a ‘monster’ or ‘fiend’, ( Shelley & Nobes, 2008, p. 58). The character is rejected by its creator who happens to be
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