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Essay | Frankenstein's Monster as a Human

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Frankenstein's Monster as a Human

Summary: In "Frankenstein" by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the monster that Victor Frankenstein creates learned about human life the way we all do--through experience.
Frankenstein was a scientist who thought that the world was a secret, which he desired to discover in the scientific field. He worked to find out the relationship between humans and animals. He was attracted by the structure of the human body, any animal related with life, and the cause of life. One day, Victor Frankenstein made an experiment where he included many different human parts from different dead people. This resulted in a human being and a strange creature never seen before in life, which made Frankenstein very scared. This creature or monster was tall enough to scare people by his height and with muscles that were well proportioned.

The claims of humanity against scientific explorations and the relationship between monsters and their creators are thoughts that a scientist may have had from the Romantic era. A monster was created by a scientist and...

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