Frankenstein Final Essay - 3 Shelley makes reference to few...

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Name ______________________________________ Date ___________________ Mrs. Santangelo British Literature Frankenstein Essay: Final Exam Directions: Choose one of the following questions from the list below. Write a well- developed, unified essay that thoroughly analyzes the question from at least one of the literary theories we examined in class. I have included the types of theories that naturally correlate to the topic. The essay will count as your Final Exam grade, so you must put a great deal of effort into the assignment. The essay should be between 6-8 pages in MLA format (typed, doubled spaced, Times New Roman 12 point font) 1. Explain how Shelley presents the traditional Romantic view of nature. ( Historical theory, cultural theory ) 2. Walton feels a need for a friend. Relate his feelings of the theme of friendship as it is developed in the novel. ( Cultural theory, gender theory, psychological theory
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Unformatted text preview: ) 3. Shelley makes reference to few mothers in the novel, as many are missing or deceased. Discuss the importance of this feature as it relations to the novel ( Gender theory, psychological theory) 4. How are both the creature and Victor Frankenstein obsessed with revenge? ( Cultural theory, gender theory, historical theory, psychological theory ) 5. Develop the theme of rejection and alienation as it is presented in the novel. Discuss Victor’s isolation, the monster’s isolation from society, and how the monster isolates Victor. ( Psychological theory, cultural theory ) Requirements: 1. Must be 7-9 pages in MLA format 2. MLA heading and an appropriate title 3. Must research at least three articles and include criticism in the essay (include direct citation as well as paraphrase) 4. Reference the actual text to prove the argument 5. Contains in-text citation and a works cited page...
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