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The Responsibility of the Creator in the Novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Who’s Responsible? In the Novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelly, the monster does some sinful act, such as murder, on certain people that associates with Victor Frankenstein, his creator; after Frankenstein abandons him and does not do what the monster wants him to do. The Monster wants revenge against Victor for not being a...
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Dangerous Knowledge in the Book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
In the book, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, a man named Victor Frankenstein has this powerful theory of creating a dark experiment using the wrong kind of knowledge. Dangerous Knowledge is when people try to reach beyond human capabilities and also knowledge that can be abused if left in the wrong hands. This novel shows rea...
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Keeping the Monster as a Secret in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Frankenstein Analysis There are moments in life when a person feels that they should not reveal all the information they possess about a particular situation for various reasons. Loved ones one may hold back secrets, so that family members do not unnecessarily stress out. Our enemies are the masters of disguises so that th...
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A Look at the Psychoanalytical Criticism of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
The basic appeal of psychoanalytic criticism is that it claims to offer a way to explain phenomena that we can’t on our own. It reaches into the realm of imagination and dreams, and comes out with an explanation that goes beyond those limits. In a way, this approach connects with the intrinsic human desire to explain and an...
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The Obsession of Victor Frankenstein in the Novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Frankenstein Final Response In Frankenstein, Mary Shelley writes about a scientist named Victor Frankenstein who obsesses over creating life. The result of his obsession is a creature who wreaks havoc on his life, killing those closest to him until it manages to kill him. This novel would be classified as a romantic/gothic...
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A Literary Analysis of Mary Shelley's Novel Frankenstein
Frankenstein Frankenstein by Mary Shelly is a mystical morality tale about what happened when a man dares to transgress the limits of knowledge. Context of Mary shelly and times- how they impact Frankenstein and its meaning/themes, (quotes), how this novel fits into the time Romanticism- departure from the ideas of...
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The Quest for Destruction in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and the Movie Blade Runner
The composition of this visual representation (The Quest for Destruction) is on A3 paper to highlight the seriousness of the warning conveyed. The journey starts in the top left hand square and is zoomed out in each picture along the top row and repeated in the bottom row from left to right. The overall tone here is negativ...
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The Consequences of Abandonment in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
The Consequences of Abandonment Loyalty is a topic that comes into question frequently in works of literature. Whether the character is with or without, trust itself plays its own dynamic upon the individuals involved. Just as in real life, the absence of loyalty or trust can have major sway on outcomes that may occur. Thi...
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The Grip of Insanity in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
The Grip of Insanity What is the delusion of “sanity”? This abstract concept is defined as “the ability to think and behave in a normal and rational manner” (Webster 1012). Sanity is considered almost a tangible element, as if it is a commodity one may possess. However, the dilemma that arises to this definition is that sa...
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The Concept of Humanity in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
In Frankenstein, Shelley presents the concept of humanity in various characters and scenarios, only to mutate perspectives, manipulate the expected results, and create a continuous dialogue on the reality of being “human”.  Even in the preface of the novel, before the central plot and setting are obvious, Shelley emphasize...
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