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Robert BranchEnglish Composition IIEvaluation EssayJuly 31, 2018Page 1Frankenstein Critical Analysis Evaluation EssayFrankenstein is a science fiction novel that was written by Mary Shelley. It is the story of Victor Frankenstein, a science student, who managed to create a monster during one of his experimental sessions, which turns out to be a problem for him (Mary, 122). Victor Frankenstein has always been fascinated by nature. As a teenager he attended a school of science. This school sparked his obsession with recreating human life. Victor attempted to create what he perceived as perfection. His intention was to create a being that was both intelligent and powerful, immortal and beautiful. He was seeking the perfect human entity that he thought would be the physical materialization of the godliness he saw in himself. Instead what appeared before him, was hideous, ugly, and a far cry from the saintly brilliance he had so coveted. He had succeeded in molding the creature as an image of himself, but was bewildered by it’s almost inconceivable wretchedness, he was unable to accept that his soul was nothing less than beautiful. So he fled as he always had when adversity arose.The monster is portrayed as a living creature with emotions and feelings. The creature also retained many of the qualities that Victor lacked. It was capable of tenderness, selflessness,compassion and love, but at the same time it proved itself to be capable of unspeakable wickedness. His monster appearance became a big problem at a point he felt that people feared him, and for that matter hated him. However,

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