Love And Responsibility In Frankenstein

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Love and Responsibility are two complimentary themes which present themselves simultaneously on multiple important occasions throughout Mary Shelly’s: Frankenstein. Responsibility, for the circumstances of this essay, is defined as taking care of one whom does not have the necessary materials or intellect to take care of themselves. Love, subsequently, spawns from these positive relationships. Thus, Mary Shelly combines these two themes to create a super theme of love and family. For instance, when Victor Frankenstein’s mother, Caroline, adopt Elizabeth. It is worth mentioning that practically every main relationship throughout the play begins and ends with love (Robert/Victor, Caroline/Alphonse, and Caroline/Elizabeth). However, there is
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