Examples Of Power In Frankenstein

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What creates power? In most cases, power arises when an individual gains control over someone else’s necessities or desires. Due to this very reason, the control and power in Frankenstein shifted from one character to the other through the advancement of the novel’s plot. The monster’s power The monster is unfettered, that is to say that he hasn’t a care in the world. Therefore, he is prone to harm others, because his actions are without consequences. This gives him power over Dr Frankenstein, whose loved ones – family, friends and himself – were targeted as victims one after the other by the monster. The monster is able to control Dr Frankenstein through his ruthlessness; he uses this power for revenge, but later, as the plot evolved, the

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