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Unformatted text preview: Andrew Holzman History 120 Section 310 9/17/07 Essay 1, Question 2 In Mary Shellys Frankenstein ; Victor Frankenstein creates a monster and the story tells of his conflict with the monster that ends up destroying Victor and everything he has come to love. Frankenstein spans the globe in pursuit of knowledge, and then later of his monster, and while on this seemingly endless journey he never fails to vividly describe the scenery of his travels. One key aspect of Romantic writing is the love of nature. However, Frankenstein comments more so on his companions love of nature than his own. When he first reunites with Clerval at Strasburgh his first observation of his friend is, Alas, how great was the contrast between us! He was alive to every new scene; joyful when he saw the beauties of the setting sun, and more happy when he beheld to it rise, and recommence a new day In truth, I was...
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