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This student essay consists of approximately 12 pages of analysis of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - Who Is the Real Monster?

Summary: A discussion of Mary Shelley's gothic novel Frankenstein. Analyzes who the true monster is in novel. Postulates if the judgement is made based solely on appearance.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is widely recognised as one of the most impressive gothic horror novels ever written. Inspired by one of her dreams, Shelley managed to give birth to a phenomenal creature: Frankenstein's monster.

Victor Frankenstein, who is characterised as `The Modern Prometheus' became obsessed with the idea of creating life after his mother's death, which devastated him. He worked hard for a long time until his creation was complete, but the first signs of life in the monster's corpse terrified him and he decided to destroy it. The creature, however, escaped from Frankenstein's laboratory and swore revenge and eternal war to his creator and all mankind.

In my opinion, Frankenstein's creation should not be considered as a monster, even though Shelley does not give it a name. Although the creature expresses monstrosity in many ways, its humane characteristics must not...

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