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When reading Frankenstein by Mary Shelley I found myself having a hard time understanding it I also found it hard to stay motivated to read it I was really disturbed by the thought of bring someone back in the way Victor did As being one of the people whod lost a loved one it was hard to imagine them coming back in the way the novel described I was impressed and amazed that at the age of 18 years old Mary Shelley was able to right such an incredible novel It made me think of what experiences and powers of imagination led to such an innovative and disturbing work I know that she and others read a lot of other horror stories that made her want to write her own however why on technology and death I did some research to find that her mother died during her childhood as well as she had a miscarriage This helped me understand the reason for the book which is her concern for the future She used this novel to prepare us for what the future may hold However the question should be asked is Mary Shelley for Frankenstein or against Frankenstein We see her admiring excusing as well as condemning Frankenstein however I believe this idea was something she was frightened of I think that even though she wanted her mother and baby back she would never want technology to bring them back not at the cost of their unhappinessIn society Frankenstein is considered to be the one of the greatest novels For romance even to be called the first science fiction novel Why is this book so looked upon As Victor the main character tries to create the Perfect Man by sewing together body parts from other human beings using the brain of the Professor etc Victors good intentions backfires and the only result of this brilliant idea is sorrow In this novel the monster shows
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