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Raza 1 Ahmed Raza Composition II Evaluation Essay February 24, 2018 Evaluation Essay Frankenstein is a novel by Mary Shelley that tells the story of the young scientist Victor Frankenstein, who creates a creature that looks like a snake during a scientific experiment. Mary Shelley wrote the book at the age of eighteen and was published in London in 1818 on the occasion of her twentieth anniversary (Chile). Chile began to write the book as a short story. The themes of history were devoted to the social and cultural problems of the society of that time. The characters they used formed a battle against the control imposed by social forces. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, but, the concept of human values was linked to the natural sciences. In contrast, anatomy and psychology are related to literary works. This led to a debate about disturbances in human standards and explained the differences with an instinctive reaction (House 254). A Frankenstein champion developed language skills and a sense of passion. However, it is still a stupid creature without human feelings and therefore does not fit in the ideal.
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