The Theme Of Loneliness In Frankenstein

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Both Frankenstein and fiend always feel lonely and miserable in the novel. During his time at school, Frankenstein was really shy and did not have passions on making friends. After graduating from university at Ingolstadt, he can only share personal problems with one friend Clerval. While he is fascinated by the creation of life, he spends all his time studying the theory and practice of natural philosophy. In order to satisfy his thirst for knowledge, he totally isolates himself from the society by neglecting his precious family, lover and friends who he does not see for a long time.
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