Frankenstein Essay | Illustrating a Lesson Learned through Themes in "Frankenstein"

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Illustrating a Lesson Learned through Themes in "Frankenstein"

Summary: Essay describes the themes of "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelly.
In every novel one reads, a theme is implied in one way or another. The novel Frankenstein--by Mary Shelly--is composed of several different themes that make up the novel's plot, and through those themes, lessons are learned.

The major theme that lies within the novel is that of man trying to play God in a society that is constantly making technological advancements. Science, in this novel, appears as a savior...or so people think. Science is the last refuge of modern people who believe it to be the cure-all for all evil, regardless of the evil it brings with it. Playing God in this novel only leads to severe chaos and homicidal intentions of a being only fighting for revenge. Victor Frankenstein--the main character within the novel--is so completely caught up in science. It becomes his obsession. He believe that science held...

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