Frankenstein's Death Theme In Literature

197 Words1 Page
A person’s death can either cause the victim to feel pain, relieve, or strength. Many people have different ways of reacting when they have lost someone they either love or despise. In Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, William Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein’s brother, and Victor Frankenstein's mother death scene is a significant theme in literature. This caused the Monster to be revengeful towards Victor Frankenstein and Victor had the idea to create a monster in honor of his mother. Therefore, deaths can be significant because they reveal the actions one takes to heal or worsen. William Frankenstein’s death is significant because he triggered the monster to kill him. “Hideous monster! Let me go. My papa is a syndic - he is M. Frankenstein
Open Document