Doctor Frankenstein’s Biggest Regret The greatest minds have the potential to cause the greatest harm. This is evident in Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, as the main character, the brilliant Doctor Frankenstein, through discarded body parts creates a monster, which results in harming the people that mean the most to him. In Doctor Frankenstein’s innocent efforts to figure out the key to life, he ultimately unlocks a tragic door for himself and others. Behind this door, he finds that the knowledge he searched for should have stayed hidden, exemplifying his tragic flaw. Doctor Frankenstein’s revolutionary ideas made himself, and others, an instrument of suffering throughout the story.
The novel Frankenstein brings to light many problems and situations that shed light on the faults of mankind. Cruelty was a huge factor in the novel; throughout Frankenstein is cruel to his body and to his creation. When he first makes the creature he runs from it, leaving the creature to fend for himself; even when reuniting with the creature he continues displays cruelty. The creature, in turn exhibits Victor cruelty right back. Within Frankenstein cruelty can be attributed, often affecting both Victor and the creature; serving as a crucial motivator and revealing their anger, pain, frustration till eventually both die.
In the beginning Victor just wanted to learn how to create life, but when he does, he creates an ugly creature that he has no love for. When the Creature is alone, he must learn everything from scratch, but what he learns first give him a grim perspective on humanity. These two paths cross to cause everyone Victor loves to die by the Creature's hands and in the end their own lives are not spared. The double-edged sword is shown throughout the book by Victor's actions by creating the monster to the creature committing murders. All of this matters in the end because all this back and forth will lead to their own
In Jeffrey Jerome Cohen’s Monster Culture (Seven Thesis), Cohen analyzes the psychology behind monsters and how, rather than being a monstrous beast for the protagonist of the story to play against, “the monster signifies something other than itself”. Cohen makes the claim that by analyzing monsters in mythology and stories, you can learn much about the culture that gave rise to them. In Thesis 1 of Monster Culture, Cohen proposes that “the monster’s body literally incorporates fear, desire, anxiety, and fantasy”, specifically the fear, desire and anxiety of the cultures that gave rise to it;; fFor example, vVampires, undead, represent a fear of death. Monsters are born of an intense fear, desire, or internal conflict, “at this metaphorical
These are Victor 's last wishes before he dies a short time after. “And do I dare to ask of you to understand my pilgrimage... No; I am not selfish...and survive to add to the list of his dark crimes" (Shelley 218). This means that Frankenstein is very obsessed with killing the creature. It has come to a point where his only purpose in life is to have the creature killed. Even if that means he has to ask a stranger or a friend to finish the job for him.
In Monster’s Inc. there are many different personality theories that can explore why the monster acted the way they did. One of the main questions from the movie is why the monsters are afraid of the children. Behaviorism can explain this through the character of Mike Wazowski. The beginning of the movie shows that the monsters purpose is to gain scream from the children because this provides power for the monster’s city. The company is called Monster’s Inc. and this is where Mike works.
He also uses setting to create an erie environment to develop the themes of the story. Lastly, Lovecraft creates a theme of the terror that occurs throughout the whole town of Dunwich. H.P. Lovecraft in “The Dunwich Horror” depicts the way insanity takes over one 's mind for not conquering your greatest fears. The Dunwich Horror is about an unusual village where the Whateley family lives.
A/N: The ruins & snowdin arc focused on the Naruto 's loneliness and the Waterfall arc focused on the divide between humans and monsters, this arc will focus on how Tsundereplane 's death (along with others), a supposed insignificant, background character, affects the entire hotland. Which might be strange considering how the other arcs developed Naruto, but that 's not what this is solely about. What this arc will be centered around is developing the monsters and it serves as an allegory to the genocide. So be prepared, because I can 't believe I 'm literally dedicating this arc to Tsundereplane of all monsters, what have I become... OoO Also here 's something I thought up of when I read some Underswap comics to make up for the late update:
After his mother’s death, he has an idea of bringing the dead back to life. He creates a monster with the remains of deceased. The creation turned out so ugly that he chose to abandon it. Before the monster was hurt by people inexorability, the monster’s nature was kind and he did not want to harm any one. The creation was driven by revenge and became a real monster.
Additionally, the theory about every man fighting for himself is irrelevant in this context, since the commandos feel the duty to defend each other and the unarmed group members and do not leave members behind easily. An important feature in Resident Evil is the fact that Rain, who has been bitten early in the movie, remains unharmed until she really turns and attacks someone, although the computer system told the group to kill her, since she was infected and would turn into a zombie soon. This emphasizes the group's
The potential to be evil lives in everyone. Some may claim to live a life without sin, but the temptation of wrongdoing constantly lurks in our environment. With this in mind, if one soul was able to harness the powers of the most villainous monster, they would surely achieve world domination. With this creation, your hopes and dreams will become reality; if you chose to make Friday an international holiday, it could be achieved. In order to concoct such a creature, a strict step-by-step process is required that should ensure an emotionless subject willing to do your deeds.