Mary Shelly Uses The Selection Of Detail In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Mary Shelley utilizes the selection of detail in Frankenstein, to create a tone of anger and despair. Shelly uses the words “wild” and “broken” to describe the feelings of the creature following the horrifying meeting with Felix, Safie, and Agatha. These words convey the rejection the creature is faced with, giving a sense of lost hope. The encounter with the cottagers doesn’t go the way the creature planned, which enrages the creature sending him in rampage of destruction. Shelley uses alliteration to express the feelings the creature has towards his creator, Frankenstein. Furthermore, the phrase, “CURSED, CURSED CREATOR!”, emphasizes the hatred the creature has for its existence. This conveys the blame the creature pins on Frankenstein for
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