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Themes in Frankenstein

Summary: There are many themes in the story Frankenstein. Some of them are abandonment, neglect, and revenge.
There are many themes in the story Frankenstein. Some of them are abandonment, neglect, and revenge.

Throughout the story you find that a man named Frankenstein has the desire to create another human being. After his creation was over with he says, "I had desired it with an ardour that far exceeded moderation; but now that I had finished, the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart." ( 1) He abandons this creature when it needs him the most.

"Frankenstein's original reasons for creating life from dead parts are noble. He wants to help mankind conquer death and diseases. But when he reaches the goal of his efforts and sees his creature and its ugliness, he turns away from it and flees the monstrosity he has created. Mary Shelley seems not to condemn the act of creation but rather Frankenstein's lack of willingness...

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