jm frankenstein paper - Jasmine McCarthy October 26, 2009...

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Jasmine McCarthy October 26, 2009 EUH 2001 Frankenstein Essay \ Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein , is a classic about a man-made monster who longs to be accepted by society. It is basically about creating life and how sometimes science can be more evil than helpful. The novel begins with the letters written by Walton to his sister and follows the story of Victor Frankenstein and the monster he created. Frankenstein , in its entirety, is a depiction of romanticism. It embodies a majority of romantic beliefs, including ideas of the natural world and the condemning of the advances of science. The monster and Victor are similar. According to heckgrammar.com, both the monster and his creator are passionate, determined, and outsiders. They both can be compared to monsters through their actions and are subject to desires of revenge. It is said that they have a direct connection. When Victor acts more like a monster, it directly affects how the monster acts more humanly. Victor is more concerned about his quest for knowledge through science, while
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