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FRANKENSTEIN In the story Frankenstein written by the author Mary Shelley Victor Frankenstein decided that wanted to create a being out of people that were already dead He believed that he could bring people back from the grave Playing with nature in such a way would make him play the role of God With Victor Frankenstein feeling that he had no true friends the only relief he had of expressing his feeling was through letters to Elizabeth Elizabeth was not Victors true sister but he loved her very dearly making sure to always write her whenever he had the chance Yet when Victor left something strange came over him Already being interested in subjects such as natural philosophy and chemistry he fall upon the question of how to bring someone back to life He became very involved in this project and worked on it for days on end The project had to do with defying the laws of nature Victor believe wholeheartedly that he could bring the dead back to life He felt that the dead were not ready to die and they were just resting Victor became so self absorbed into his project that he seem to forget all that was important to him He even disengaged himself from all the people he loved in his life People like his father Elizabeth and other loved ones Victor began to write less and less Yet it was not until Elizabeth got a discouraged letter from Victor did his love ones start to wary about him Though the letter was full of words it gave no relief to Elizabeth because the words meant nothing to her However they meant a lot to Victor because he felt the project in which he was working on was so important to him in his own delirious world He felt that with bring people back to life he would not only better man kind but also
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