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Themes of Frankenstein

Summary: Essay describes the themes that occur in Frankenstein in great detail.
During the early 1800's, English, romantic novelist, Mary Shelley, has written a science fiction novel entitled Frankenstein. This literary work was published in 1818, and excersises the many themes of lonliness, abandonment, neglect, and contradictory romance. While Shelley was writing this work or art, she was unaware of the fact that some day this would become a phenomenom in the literature world.

In this novel, prominent character, Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant young scientist, decides that he will create human life, from scratch. Victor took bolts, screws and dead corpse body parts to make something that he thought would be beneficial. When The Monster (as it is referred to in the book) comes alive, for his first few weeks of living he enjoys the simplicity of every minute of his new birth. He is gentle, filled with care, concern and curiosity into knowledge of how all the wonderful things...

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