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Frankenstein, an Analysis of Victor

Summary: Explores Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein. Provides a character analysis of Victor and discusses his quest for knowledge. Also examines the issues of foreshadowing, women's role and Victor's reaction to the monster.
One of the main characters with the story of "Frankenstein" is Victor Frankenstein. Victor is a passionate, intelligent, and very determined man who sought knowledge only to have it ruin his life. His passion is shown when he speaks of his cousin, Elizabeth Lavenza, he expresses this is saying he " looks upon Elizabeth as his - his to protect, love, and cherish" (p.35). Within the story he often mentions his interest in gaining knowledge and the amount of time he spent doing so, which deems him an intelligent person. Victor's determination is shown when he acquires knowledge and uses it, over long periods of time, to create a being made of "bones from Charnel house, profane fingers, and tremendous secret of the human frame" (p.53). He is so determined he succeeds in creating his being.

Victor's Guest for Knowledge:

Victor's guest for knowledge began at...

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