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The readers sympathies for the monster

  ‘I am an unfortunate and deserted create; I look around and I have no relation or friend upon earth. These amiable people to whom I go have never seen me and know little of me. I am full of fears, for if I fail there, I am an outcastRead More

Frankenstein’s creation

In society, an outsider is banished or exiled from the norm. This is due to certain aspects of the person which are abnormal. It can be appearance, personality or certain abilities that make them separate from humanity. People within civilization, though they may not know it, need outsiders to feelRead More

The parent being Victor

Why does Mary Shelley give us both points of view? Mary Shelley began writing Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus in the year of 1816 during the early phase of the industrial revolution. The anecdote of scientific discovery was first emancipated to the public in 1818. After thorough reading of theRead More

Victor Frankenstein

Over the first half of the term we have been studying Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” and Graham Greene’s “The Destructors”. The object of this coursework is to compare the two stories: what their perception of the nature of evil is and the ways they turn them into fiction. The main contrastRead More

Shelleys Frankenstein

Q. Mary Shelley uses 3 different narrators, which specific references to chapter 15. How does Shelley manipulate the narrative point of view to shape the readers response? A. Within Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, she has cleverly used 3 narrators to shows the points of views of her characters. Shelley expresses herRead More