The Truth Depicted In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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What truly, is deception? Perhaps it may be the ability to persuade others into committing certain actions. Perhaps, it may be the ability to keep the truth hidden. The truth itself, is a very controversial topic fueled by ideology and aspects of individuals, communities and societies. While the truth may be heartbreaking , unbelieveable or may even seem irrational, its exposure will always lead to a series of events in relevance to the past. However, the truth will never be able to remain hidden, and will always come forth and eventually shine through coverups and false interpretations. Whether these events may serve as beneficial or negative, it is up to us humans, to act upon these affairs. Particularly in the novel Frankenstein, authorized by Mary Shelly, the theme of secrecy was apparent throughout the…show more content…
As the influence of the world compelled the Monster, the nightmarish creature soon begun to receive a sense of self actualization and therefore realized that it did not belong in society. Ultimately, this led to disastrous impacts, including death and despair. Jesse Vihlidal, a bachelor in literature, wrote an article on the theme of secrecy and how it is evident in the novel Frankenstein. Notably, Vihlidal coined a theory that, in order to keep secrecy alive if you will, isolation of an individual or individuals bearing the truth may be necessary. This theory, corresponds with the story of Frankenstein in a beautiful fashion like none other. Impeccably, it connected with the numerous events that happened since the creation of the monster. Thus, as the story continued, the negative theme of secrecy in the novel Frankenstein was evident as it contributed to a heavy truth, irresponsibility and remarkably horrible consequences. (Thesis statement is rough and needs improvement, but the connection is
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