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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course I.D Date Frankenstein Application Essay The novel Frankenstein is gothic fictional narrative which primarily focuses on the life of one creature created by Victor through his chemistry and alchemy. By conducting numerous experiments, ultimately Victor manages to create a very horrifying monster but with humane emotions. In the book the creature finds it very hard to fit in the society and wonders what his place is or better yet his role in the society. The author of the book, Mary Shelley, contrasts if the value of life is in physical qualities or through human actions. Hence, the essay provided herein provides a comprehensive discussion on the value of human life as illustrated by Shelley focusing on how other aspects like science, suicide and death have been portrayed in the novel. What are unplanned consequences of some findings when humans play so much with science? Some of the essential ethical issues presented in Frankenstein narrative reflects the ones people deal with today like the invention of the machine used for ultrasound. Originally manufactured to discover some of the defects encountered during birth, the ultrasound machine has led to the destruction of several lives because of its connection to selective abortion. The

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