Hamlet VS Frankenstein

Hamlet VS Frankenstein - Hamlet VS Frankenstein While, like...

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Hamlet VS Frankenstein While, like many other dramatic works of literature, Frankenstein and Hamlet concentrate heavily on human interactions and emotions, all have a common theme that runs through them, which is the importance of family in forming an individual's character and how family relations influence the individual's actions. One part of this common element is father-son relationships. In Frankenstein, there are three examples of such interaction: old De Lacey and Felix, Victor Frankenstein and his father, and the Creature and Victor. The last one differs from the first two by that the father - because Victor created the Creature, he can be considered his father for the purpose of this analysis - did not provide any kind of material or emotional support for the son. The result is that the Creature gradually loses those positive traits of character that would otherwise make him a normal human being. As to the De Laceys and the Frankensteins, while both father-son relationships are generally similar, there is a significant difference in them, namely how the financial situation of the family influences
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