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- Victor s arrogance in his studies of the human body made him lose his sense of humanity. The monster was kind until society branded him as an outcast because of his appearance. Shelley uses the fact that they both started off with good intentions to tie them together.
- Antagonist: The antagonist in the novel is also the protagonist, Victor Frankenstein. Victor may have directed all of his hate and blame towards the monster he created, but is worst enemy lay within himself and his refusal to accept responsibility for his actions.
- Mary Shelley?s novel demonstrates the type of language and intricate structure rarely found in novels today from which students in the twenty first century can learn much from. Mary Shelley puts forward timeless lessons of one?s confrontation with one?s self taking responsibility for your own actions, the result of being shunned from society and the dangers of tampering with nature.
- Originally, Frankenstein had planned to use the results of his experiment to benefit mankind; but this idea soon transmuted into and obsession to perform the impossible just to satisfy his own ego. Victor Frankenstein believes that by creating a living being he will end death and sadness throughout the world.
- Frankenstein Writing Reasons for Tragedy Marry Shelley’s Frankenstein is a story that portrays an ambitious young scientist Victor Frankenstein who is not satisfied with his previous knowledge. Following his egotism, he plays God and creates a being that will destroy him.
- Sex. Power. Mystery. Darkness. Beauty. Elegance. Evil. The vampire encompasses all of these aspects and more. No other monster enjoys the same status as the vampire. Dracula, the most popular of the species, is a cultural icon. From movies to toys to breakfast cereals, he occupies a place in our imaginations.
- Marry Shelley’s Frankenstein is a story that portrays an ambitious young scientist Victor Frankenstein who is not satisfied with his previous knowledge. Following his egotism, he plays God and creates a being that will destroy him. The story develops to a complete tragedy and there are many reasons for Frankenstein’s misfortune.