Frankenstein Essay | Themes in Frankenstein

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Themes in Frankenstein

Summary: Examines major themes in Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein. Describes how Mary Shelley utilizes Frankenstein as a character and as a spokesman for some of her important themes.
In Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" we are presented with more than just a story but with a novel that raises deep philosophical questions. The tale of Frankenstein is so much more than just a story; it is a cautionary tale which pays attention to moral values by presenting the reader with the character of Frankenstein and his toils. Mary Shelley is able to present us with more than just a horrific story but also with the moral ideas which form its fundamental basis.

There are a variety of themes which run through the story of Frankenstein and indeed the novel can be interpreted in a variety of ways, however we interpret it, its ideas will still raise important issues.

Frankenstein is more than just a character in the novel; Mary Shelley uses him as a mouth piece to bring forth her own ideas and beliefs. Through the novel...

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