Rhetorical Questions And Similes In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein '

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In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, the author uses rhythm, rhetorical questions and similes to convey emotions through words. Though the excerpt, Shelley uses rhythm to portray some emotions and even the tone of the novel. Though we know the actual monster is “The Monster” minute details point to another thing "But now misery has come home, and men appear to be monsters." The author ties in how Frankenstein is of one of the monsters in this book. His whole demeanor changes through the novel. From wanting to bring something beautiful into this world and then thinking it is hideous and just abandoning it. In addition to the use of rhetorical questions, Shelley makes us ponder on what might be possibly going through some of the people's
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