Frankenstein In Stephen King's Frankenstein And Nightmare On Elm Street

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Frankenstein is so popular that you can see little kids dressed up as the monster each halloween. 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 is almost 200 years old and continues to amaze people. Frankenstein is very similar to Nightmare on Elm Street by Stephen King in the fact that people think could these thorrible 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 for our lives. Another important element is the darkness and hidden aspect. In Frankenstein, Victor the creator is too afraid to tell others what he is doing. He is even too scared to tell his bride to be. In the nightmare on Elm street the murderer is known to hid, it leaves the victims constantly wondering where he is and what he is doing. The nightmare on Elm’s street and frankenstein book are thrilling to read and to watch, regardless of the time…show more content…
Romanticism was a movement popular in the late 18th century that focused on humans, romance, and inspiration. Truly Frankenstein is a Romantic Classic. It is full of relationship advice; for example, if we allow something to take over over lives it will eventually end up destroying our relationships. It also portrays the great role of the mother and how important it is to be raised rather than created. There is an idea in this movement that nature calms as soothes us, just like what happened in the film. It should also be noted the the monster was never given a name (Frankenstein is commonly used including this essay). A parent would never refrain from giving a child a

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