Artificial Implantation In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

106 Words1 Page
Consequently we see in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the idea of moral controversy over someone being conceived from a form other than sexual reproduction reflects those of artificial implantation. Frankenstein created his creature from body parts of the deceased, electricity,and science (Shelley). Much like Frankenstein, modern scientist have created new ways to innovate techniques to allow a living being to be created. If infertility was indicated before 1939 then there would be no treatment done to make the person become fertile. Scientist had an idea that some believed was impossible to become a reality. Frankenstein was also doubted much like scientist while researching and testing artificial
Open Document