Frankenstein Essay | Frankenstein vs. One Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest

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Frankenstein vs. One Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest

Summary: Comparing One Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest and Frankenstein. Both Frankenstein and One Flew over a Cuckoo's Nest relate isolation through the theme of one-man versus the rest of society.
What do a hideous monster and a big brawling Irishman have in common? More than you would think. Isolation is delineated throughout the novels of Frankenstein and one Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest. This is portrayed through the theme of one man versus the rest of society. Whereas Mary Shelley proves that isolation creates unhappiness and destructive evil and Ken Kesey depicts isolation as creating rebirth of life and good. In both novels the characters, setting and time are important variables that depict these themes.

Setting is important in showing the theme of isolation throughout the novel of Frankenstein. At the beginning of the story a man named Walton was travelling to the North Pole to discover the unknown adventures of the Arctic. He then stumbles upon Victor Frankenstein after being stranded in the ice. Victor then tells Walton his life story...

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