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In Mary Shellys Frankenstein both sides of human nature are displayed The good part of human nature is displayed with kind words and innocent thoughts and the other side of dark cynical feelings that are not taken so lightly Elizabeth is a prime example of the moral struggle with her brain and herself to find the correct balance of good and bad human nature Starting out Elizabeth appears as a happy docile good tempered woman who passionate about any good cause She saw the good side in everyone and wanted to see the good side in situations Her imagination was luxuriant yet her capability of application was great Shelly 134 Elizabeth had a well-working brain that was capable of multiple problems or tasks She wasnt mentally or emotionally unstable but when the moral struggle kicked in some problems started to arise Elizabeth dies in the monsters hands and her fianc Victor tries to bring her back to life with the same equipment and techniques as he brought the monster into this world She comes back to life and commits suicide after seeing her reflection When I recovered I found myself surrounded by the people of the inn their countenances expressed a breathless terror but the horror of others appeared only as a mockery a shadow of the feelings that oppressed me Shelly 272 Elizabeth has died in a depressing dark side of human nature At this point she was struggling Coming back to life and life in general are supposed to be good happy things and as this is occurring we are starting to see the moral struggle in Elizabeths life My temper was sometimes violent and my passions vehement but by some law in my temperature they were turned not towards childish pursuits but to an eager desire to learn and not to learn all things indiscriminately Shelly 78 Elizabeth always had struggles with herself in her life but it was just a matter
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