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Dracula’ and Mary Shelly’s

‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ ? ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ is a novella written by the respected Scottish Author Robert Louis Stevenson, who was born on November 15th, 1850, in Edinburgh. The story was first published in 1886, and has sinceRead More

Explore the function of monstrosity in Mary Shelley’s

  His ‘agitation and anguish through the whole trial was extreme. ‘ He sat and watched while Justine bravely faced the consequences of his actions; she was hanged. In my opinion, it is appalling that Victor was willing to let Justine bear the consequences of his actions, when she wasRead More

Mary Shelley uses language

  Mary Shelley used the word ‘wretch’ to create a sense of horror and terror in Chapter 5, the word was used throughout Chapter 5 which is why it was so effective because it was repeated and used as a way of getting across to the reader, to remind themRead More

The Yellow Wallpaper

  When the woman gets ‘beyond’ the wallpaper, it symbolises Gilman defying the power that men wielded over women, in order to be able to write again. However, Gilman supplies a different fate for her narrator, whose poignant triumph over the wallpaper actually symbolise her insanity. Shelley adopts the sameRead More

Mary Shelleys novel Frankenstein

  This technique also helps keep the audience in suspense and not reveal the obvious so that they have to imagine what is going to happen for them-selves. For example the half burnt candle could mean that Doctor Frankenstein has been working all night or that he is beginning toRead More