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Mary Shelleys novel Frankenstein gains increasing significance in the modern world with its relevant theme of man playing God Creation lies in the hands of GodNature but man tries to interfere in this process Shelley shows Frankenstein the young scientist questioning the principle of life Whence I often asked myself did the principle of life proceed Frankenstein is an idealist who believes in his goals and will go to any lengths to achieve them It was a bold question and one which has ever been considered as a mystery yet with how many things are we upon the brink of becoming acquainted if cowardice or carelessness did not restrain our enquiry His intention is to rid the world of death to renew life where death had apparently devoted the By examining the consequences of Victors ambition Shelley questions the goal of science itself is science a way of improving life or does it threaten life Victors creation comes back to haunt him and ultimately tries to destroy him His plan backfires and his progress remains on paper The experiment he attempts turns into his own enemy Frankensteins creation is unnatural The monster is nothing but an assemblage of body parts which belong to dead people This contrasts with the natural process of procreation through which life begets life The monster never has a mother or a father Nevertheless like man the creature is basically good This creation turns into a monster only after his love is not reciprocated Shelley shows that monsters are made by their environment and their
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