Innovative Literary Techniques In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Written during the ninteenth century, the gothic Frankensteinnovel by Marry Shelly, tells the story of a young educated student Victor Frankenstein, who creates a grotesque but fantastic creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment, which leads to different tragic events. Shelly writes about the creation of the creature and how he is first introduce to his livelihood and this world. In this novel Shelly uses different types of literary techniques to convey the expression of the creature as a baby just learning about life and the world, and by employing innovative literary techniques such as imagery, setting, theme, and characterization, she creates a feeling of sympathy on the readers. This feeling is created through Shelly establishment of pity on the readers by reavealing the creature’s loathsome creation, habitat, or even existence. As it is hard for adult humans to remember their childhood, the creature’s beginnings are quite vague “It is with considerable difficulty that I remember the original era of my being: all the events of that period appeared confused and …show more content…

The theme of light and darkness greatly affected how the readers felt about the creature, and how they see him at this point as another individual or a child trying to find his purpose in the world and at the same time conquering various types of

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