Analyzing The Myth Of Restoring Life In Frankenstein's 'Arctic Circle'

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The myth of restoring life is proven true in the novel Frankenstein, but the evidence becomes toxic to humanity and Victor makes every effort to warn others. Victor’s creation commits multiple murderous crimes, harasses and cripples villagers, and makes Victor develop anxiety. When Victor is searching for the monster in the inclement north, he discovers a ship. The crew members invite Victor aboard but he declines the offer until the ship captain Robert Walton informs Victor that they are sailing Northward. As time advances, captain Walton and Victor become acquaintances and confess their personal histories toward one another. Walton sought out on a journey to discover unknown passages throughout the Arctic Circle and with his driven attitude
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