Examples Of Imagery In Frankenstein

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Dreanna Hypes Lit comp per 7 Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, tells the horrific story of Victor Frankenstein, a scientist devoured by ambition, seeks to revive life to the deceased. Thus, a horrific monster is created. Terrified of its unsightly stature, Dr Frankenstein flees his creation, neglecting it severely a result, the monster. Lonely and depressed, seeks revenge on his creator, killing several members of his family and his closest friend. Throughout shelley uses imagery and toner to amplify the horror In the novel, Imagery is presented so the reader can experience the terror alongside frankenstein. For example, after frankenstein creates the monster, she delineates its features in horrific detail with phrases such
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