The Role Of Women In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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As the daughter of one of the most renowned Feminist of the nineteenth century, Shelley illustrates the various women in the novel with idealized characteristics. The characterization of Elizabeth depicts the ideal woman that most feminists encouraged all women to become. One of the most important traits that Shelley integrates into Elizabeth’s character is the ability to demonstrate intelligence over a man. During Justine’s trial, Frankenstein contemplated many times, confessing of his crime, however, he was concerned about his image and convinced himself that it would not significantly help Justine’s case. “A thousand times rather would I have confessed myself guilty...but I was absent when it was committed, and such a declaration...would

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