The Role Of Fate In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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“ Our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings.” -John F. Kennedy. Like JFK, Mary Shelley believes that a person’s fate is caused by a person’s actions. Fate, due to a person’s actions, are suggested all through her book Frankenstein as a theme. For example, Victor and the creature's fate could have differed depending on the decisions each of them made. If the characters would have made different decisions, such as Victor creating life, Victor keeping his promise, and the creature committing crimes, then their fate could have possibly changed. First, Victor decided to create life. When he created life, he had no idea that his creation was going to make poor decisions,
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