The Weather In Frankenstein

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Horror, death and dramatic plots all combined to create Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, which generated the standards for every Science Fiction book ever written. Mary Shelley’s style of writing remained particularly unique, considering the narration rotated between the main characters. All the characters had a special dramatic quality, which separated them from a typical group, and gave them a specific personality. Mary Shelley incorporated elements of weather, and gave its relation to themes of internal and external conflicts. Frankenstein elements are distinctive and show originality, whether it be the characters, setting, narration or conflicts. Intelligent, powerful and humongous, a monster figure dominates over humankind and instead of taking action, this character chooses to learn about mankind’s faults and beauties. This character, unlike any other, represents a baby that has learned to hate human nature. The writing style of this character has revolutionized future horror characters and…show more content…
Mary Shelley took this element and incorporated it to give it a new meaning, this gave the story more deep thought and emotions to arise. The dark thunders and bright lightning flashes foreshadowed the future character development of Victor, giving him that spark of his love of science. The weather provoked thought, and revolutionized future stories to invoke on providing a new way to give a story more meaning. Future books demonstrate the way a seemingly unconventional element can play into a story, a story that emits this is the Great Gatsby. In the book Gatsby and Daisy’s reconciliations begins with pouring rain, proving awkward and sorrow; their love rekindles just as the sun begins to come out. Many more books show a usage of weather in their story, this combined to give an audience a profound piece of literature. The weather development predicted many conflicts of the
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