He cannot control the outcome of his creatures he can only hope for the best. There are way too many variables in creating life and due to this, if Victor Frankenstein did in fact go through with creating a female companion, then a big catastrophe is likely to occur. Two wrongs will not make a right in this case. There is no way to tell if the two creatures would even like each other so Victor would be gambling. Due to their extreme ugliness it is very likely that neither of them would even have each other.
If he ever needed help and tried to seek it from the people of Maycomb, it is very unlikely that anyone would help him due to how he was viewed: a troubled man who could be a potential threat to society. When Atticus says that there are many other ways of making people into ghosts, he means that it does not have to be physical intimidation. He is suggesting to Jem that perhaps Boo Radley is being kept under control because Mr. Radley is using some other means. This is a powerful quote because it introduces ideas about how Boo Radley is treated at home. This also introduces Boo Radley as being a mockingbird.
Oftentimes people are too afraid of what people might think to show their full potential. This is not the case for Victor in Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. In Frankenstein we see the journey of Victor and his creation as they separately get rejected and misunderstood by society. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein supports Emerson’s ideas of self-reliance because Victor shows that fearless people can achieve greatness. As we follow Victor through his journey of completing his goal we can see how he refuses to give up on his goal.
Parkins Gillespie leaves the town on his own accord not wanting to get involved. In the stories, characters tend to let down their guard to the mysterious. For instance in Nosferatu and Dracula(1931), the protagonists willingly go to the castle of the vampire despite warnings given prior. Humans are susceptible to mysterious forces when their survival instinct takes overs, and they fear the unknown. Interestingly enough the ones who survived in the end are the ones who showed self preservation and almost at times didn't show fear, but rather instead of fearing the enemy, they would go against the enemy.
But no one ever listened to Simon, they made him an outcast, when really he could have helped them a lot.That is why they couldn’t think straight, they turned into monsters because they didn’t follow their “guides”. Otherwise, the story may have taken a better
This affects everything, since it does not cover Isannah yelling “do not touch me with that dreadful hand.” The end of the court case when Isannah apologizes by kissing his hand, and the shocking response of Merchant Lyte. When he says that he’s going to kidnap Johnny and send him to Guadalupe. The movie does pit-point many connections with the book. For example, Johnny shows Cilla the cup, Josiah Quincy’s helps with the case, the scavenger hunt Johnny takes to find a new job, and his beautiful new horse. But it does not really sum up the enjoyable book by Esther Forbes.
Within Mary Shelley’s work Frankenstein, Victor cautions Walton’s men on the vessel from abandoning their pursuit of exploring the arctic and its mysteries and dissuades them from returning home to their families by ridiculing them for not having the determination and will to see through their endeavor. This seems like quite a contradiction to Victor’s message he expresses throughout his tale, where he asserts that it is dangerous to pursue ambitions/discoveries of the unknown in the name of science or personal satisfaction. However, when considering why he has such a message to convey to the equally ambitious Walton, his seemingly opposite words/actions make sense. After all, the reason why Victor feels that science/knowledge is inherently
While the chorus of men are unable to believe Cassandra due to the curse, the men are also ‘blind’ and do not suspect Clytaemestra of wanting to kill her husband. In the play of “Agamemnon”, the title character is metaphorically blind. He is unable to see that his actions have consequences that will affect him in the future. Due to his actions during the Trojan War, and his actions when he returns home, Agamemnon cannot foresee or prevent his own death. His death in turn causes a chain reaction that affects every major character in the play.
Therefore racial equality by law has a long way to go. Since racial equality does not exist yet, he is subjected to racial inferiority and will not be able to live the life he wishes to live. If it was not for this assignment, I would of missed such an enjoyable novel as this. Just like in reality, each character in “Of Mice and Men”, had their own disability or wall that they needed to climb over in order to get through life. Honestly, I'm not a great fan of killing animals or anything really but in a sense understand Lennie and
The town is a social group that has different expectations for Dracula; they expect him to be the pure evil and connected to the power of the death “Denn die Todten reiten schneller- For the dead travel faster”(Stoker 8). The people in the town don’t like to interact with Count Dracula and if they have to they do it quick and filled with so much fear that they “stammered” (Stoker 8) while the people talk to him. “Both he and his wife crossed themselves… simply refused to speak further” (Stoker 3) the quote shows that the towns people know about the beast that Dracula is but nobody talks about it. While the social group around him expects him to be the pure evil of his town, he tries to hold on to every social norm, the social rules that govern the behavior in a group, community or society, that where created so the community, society etc. can function together, there was at that time.