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Frankenstein Imagination is the beginning of creation You imagine what you desire you will what you imagine and at last you create what you willGeorge Bernard Shaw Imagination is something that has set human beings apart from the animal kingdom for thousands perhaps millions of years It is what has brought about the ability to control our environment the ability to create It is the very nature of humans and subsequently science to investigate how things work and in the end reproduce that process Combined with imagination science is a very powerful tool This tool can be used for the benefit of human kind or if put in the wrong hands a tool that can be abused It is human nature to wield this tool of creation and not care about the consequences In Mary Shelleys Frankenstein the monster that is portrayed displays a wide array of emotions and actions that are undeniably human He experiences hatred joy relief desire and sympathy among others Although the monster is seen as horrid the normal Victor Frankenstein abuses the intelligence given to him by his creator to create something that would in the end be more human than himself Yet when I considered the improvement which every day takes place in science and mechanics I was encouraged to hope my present attempts would at least lay the foundation for future success The book opens with a scene of a ship in the Arctic Ocean The ship was stuck in the ice and unable to move Robert Walton the ships captain was writing letters to his sister back home The letters told of his explorations and the events that occured on the ship Waltons crew pulled aboard a lifeless body and revived the man back to life This man was Victor Frankenstein He explained the horrible and tragic story of the past few years of his life Victor Frankenstein was born in a very wealthy and popular family
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