Frankenstein 3

Frankenstein 3 - Jonathan Gold Dr Mary Mar October 5 2005...

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Jonathan Gold October 5, 2005 Dr. Mary Mar Frankenstein Response After hearing Victor Frankenstein’s story, Walton uses his new enlightenment to make the right decisions. He decides that giving up his search for adventure, and listen to his crew who want to abandon the quest. He is able to see the more important things in life, like health and family, and is able to put to rest his quest for knowledge. I think that in searching for an adventure, Walton was able to find one through Victor’s story. Walton can now focus on the loves in his live, and can be thankful he met a friend like Victor to show him the important of beauty. Walton should not be at shame for not finding something, because it is the new knowledge he gained from Victor what was worth it. Walton’s encounter with Victor’s creature is an important scene in the novel. It lets Walton know that Victor’s story was factual, and is open to the thoughts of the monster. Walton’s eyes were able to see what the monster’s “heart” was feeling. Walton
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2009 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Marr during the Spring '09 term at Union.

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