Character Analysis Of Frankenstein

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Analysis of Frankenstein Frankenstein is so popular that you will notice little kids dressed up as the monster each fall. It has been a household name. This type of genre has a great appeal to it’s audience because it intrigues them and allows the mind to wonder. It is fun an horrible at the same time. It is interesting to note that the story of Frankenstein has passed the test of time. It was written almost 200 years ago and continues to amaze people. Frankenstein is similar to Nightmare on Elm Street by Stephen King in the fact that people think could these horrible things could happen to them while reading. It almost forces us to read or watch further to understand if we are in danger and how we can survive. Although fictional, we are reading…show more content…
What she saw in society allowed her to recreate a motherless being, a monster, in her writing. Dr. Frankenstein was not able to let his love ones pass, so he became obsessed with the idea of recreating life. In the beginning, it is clear that he was not bringing others back to life, rather he was using the tissues as materials. After a talk with his creation, he realises that part of the people he used were apparent in the monster, like being able to play the flute. When his wife died, he then thought he could bring her back to life. He was somewhat successful, but she was different and confused and ended committing suicide. A parent creates a new life, but also parts of each parent is in the child, like eye color and food preferences. Dr. Frankenstein was not able to nurture his creation like a parent can nurture their child. It can almost be inferred that first important relationship is that between a child and a parent. The monster had some serious problems, he had no…show more content…
The movie did not portray what Victor Frankenstein saw at night, however it shows what he dreams of (or his goals) throughout the movie. The book went into further detail about the dreams and nightmare. Dr. Frankenstein seems to be influenced by his dreams. He has a dream to create life after he witnesses the death in his childhood. However, this dream turns into a nightmare as the “man” he created turns into a monster. His goals change after Frankenstein is created and he ultimately just wants to live a normal life. He wants to marry and move past his scientific experiments. He refuses to create another beast to be the female companion of Frankenstein. Dr. Frankenstein didn’t help his creation and the monster ended up killing his bride on their wedding night. Again a dream is turning into a
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