Analysis Of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Passage Analysis

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Frankenstein Passage Analysis Essay

P. 63-64 beginning with “While I watched the tempest” and ending with “destroy all that was dear to me.”

This passage is filled with many vague detailed imagery. The passage starts out by describing a storm in which Frankenstein describe as beautiful and breathtaking yet described it as terrifying at the same time to show the power of the storm. He describes the lightning and the trees while informing us that his creature is there “behind a clump of trees near me....A flash of lightning illuminated the was the filthy demon to whom I had given life.” (Dr Frankenstein 63)
While describing his surroundings he left many details regarding to his monster such as its “gigantic stature...deformity
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