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Frankenstein

Summary: The struggle of the two main characters, Walton and Victor. Mary Shelley - Frankenstien.
While two men can be raised differently they too can be very similar as it is in human nature for beings to feel the same emotions, sorrows and joys. Walton and Victor are in fact similar creatures, although they have had many different experiences. They both seek the gain of some form of knowledge, Victor through science while Walton takes his interests in geography searching the unexplored north. The men find themselves in different variations of the same situation making them again similar, the feeling of being alone and lost within their thoughts brings on alienation. Walton and Victor both seek companionship, victor wishes for his cousin Elizabeth to be his life long companion and Walton searches for a partner to call his friend.

The quest for knowledge is one that all humans have, but not all have tapped into that part of themselves and head out on their...

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