Fatherlessness In Frankenstein

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In a typical Parent-Child relationship the parental figure raises the child until adulthood and occasionally still supports him or her throughout life. According to Sophie Bloom, M.S.L.Ac, by voicing their concerns and their attitudes towards things in the world, parents greatly influence their child and their child’s development. Therefore having a parental figure while growing up is extremely important for a child or a creature's development. A parent abandoning their child can also cause severe consequences later in the child's life. According to Edward Kruk, P.h.D. “(85 percent of youth in prison have an absent father; fatherless children are more likely to offend and go to jail as adults)”. Frankenstein’s Creature is not only fatherless

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