Themes In Frankenstein

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Marry Shelly, Frankenstein Plot overview / Marry Shelly wrote her novel once summer day as she had challenged her friends, who did compete each other for the ability to write the most horrifying story. The competition resulted in Marryʹs success. The novel was named after the protagonist “Frankenstein.” Frankenstein is a of series of stories; a story within a story within a story. It relates the adventure Robert Walton, an explorer, was in his exploration adventure toward The Archaic Pole. During his rest time, Walton encountered two men, and listened to their mysterious and tragic story that he had ever heard. “It is a cold icy winter,” narrating Walton to his sister Margaret through the letters he sends…show more content…
Frankenstein is educated by alchemy teachers who encourages him for this obsession to science. His determination to know the secret of life results in terrible events. Mary convinces us that ignorance is a bliss in this case . Obviously, it is concluded by Victor Frankenstein as he advised Walton to avoid ambition in pursuit of scientific discovery . Man thinks he can challenge his creator by undertaking this responsibility. Yet humanity succeeded in revealing many ambiguities in this world, human mind is still narrow. The novel is so called Prometheus, a figure in Greek mythology, took fire from the gods in order to give it to man , but consequently he suffered eternal punishment. Clearly, as Victor Frankenstein does in this modern Prometheus-in a way, he stole the idea of creation from God and used it for his own ill-advised…show more content…
Though the monster is made of human parts, he is brought to unmerciful world,devoid of love and compassion for no reason. He is misunderstood merly because of his ugly appearances and despite of his unique kindness that he always meant to show. Indeed, that superficial injustice judgment puts the seed monstrosity. Man is sociable being , that means he needs to live among his community and not getting rejected; for the monster ,was denied even by his creator. The only resolution is to get alienated for seeking love from nature and dignity. Victor himself suffers alienation and isolation as his creation, then to be cruel as him. His evil and secret discoveries leads him remain far from his community. This isolation proves inner pain
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