DP5 Frankenstein

DP5 Frankenstein - Discussion Prep: Frankenstein Terms:...

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Discussion Prep: Frankenstein Terms: Romanticism The Industrial Revolution Prometheus Bound There’s a theme of slavery: the master is the monster. Pay attention to the words the book uses to describe Frankenstein. Pages 64-67: all about nature. Right before victor Frankenstein and monster meet face to face. This is a really important stretch in this book. Page 110: bottom of the first full paragraph: “put an end to my slavery forever” Chapter 20 (page 120) really important: Starts with victor thinking about the female monster that the monster wants him to make. He thinks that what if they had kids, would he have the right to inflic Page 134: The second full paragraph “the walls of a dungeon are a palace full of hatred” or something…. Page 85: The monster is wishing that… Violence: This is a violent book. A lot of people die. . The sublime: juxtaposition of the ultimate beauty and the ultimate terror. We admire it but at the same time you’re afraid of it. Questions:
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course HWC 205 taught by Professor Cotten-sprecklemeyer during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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