The Role Of Anxiety In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein '

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Sherwin talked about how death could overtake anxiety in the quote. He explained that the death of his mother is excessive insult to him. Frankenstein is confronted by death, he was overtaken by anxiety however it is not a provoking repressed wish and the anxiety can be explained through to any enemy. What Sherwin was talking about was that Frankenstein was surround by death such as the deaths of his mother, his brother and Justine. Frankenstein surrounded himself when creating the monster and locked himself in his apartment. He had the anxiety as the monster always appeared in front of him in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. In addition, he explained that dread and fear of being delivered can turned into energy that triggered the infinite spirit
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