Self-Realization In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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It is apparent while reading Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, that the creature’s consciousness of a higher being certainly acts in evoking his quest for self-acceptance and religious ratification. However, throughout the text, Shelley presents ideas of human development through juxtaposing means of religious and non-religious (or interpersonal) relationships. Partnered with biblical allusions and themes of isolation and prejudice, these relationships help the reader to deduce that ethical and spiritual progress is best achieved through the removal of traditional religious structure, and rather a focus on secular
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