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Frankenstein: Antagonist to Protagonist

Summary: Essay discusses Mary Shelley's themes of responsibility, unselfishness, and beauty shown through Victor in her novel, "Frankenstein."
Mary Shelley has written an incredible novel that has adapted itself through each generation. Frankenstein contains many themes that are a part of human nature. It holds many lessons of liability, selflessness, and beauty. Victor experiences each of these things during the 19th century. These stories can be applied to today and are useful to the people of this era as well as Shelley's own. Victor's tale displayed responsibility, unselfishness, and physical judgment.

When Victor is first introduced into the novel, the reader is faced with his lack of responsibility. One is curious as to how Victor ended up so far north and allowed the monster to get away in the first place. He is chasing his creation for, thus far, unknown reasons. Victor then begins to explain his journey from early childhood to his death.

He created the monster as part of his quest to...

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