The Negative Effects Of Science In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is like a cautionary tale against the powerful grasp that technology has over modern society as it continues to rapidly evolve. Throughout the book the monster has evolved from a confused being to a creature that is able to observe and adapt with its surroundings. Frankenstein’s monster says to Victor Frankenstein, “You are my creator, but I am your master”. Originally, Frankenstein created this monster to have control over it. Frankenstein’s monster has been controlling his creator by destroying Victor’s life. Consequently, leading to negative effects on both sides of this power struggle such as sadness, destruction, division, and fear. Rousseau warns also warns against the negative effects of science in Discourse
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