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Analysis of the Classic Novel, "Frankenstein"

Summary: "Frankenstein," the Mary Shelley 19th century science fiction classic, offers a fascinating and horrifying vision containing much symbolism about life in 19th century Europe.
"Ignorance is bliss" and "knowledge is power" are two proverbs that are both supported and rejected in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Frankenstein is a romantic ghost story classic written in the 19th century. There are many symbolic actions and themes throughout the book that represent humans and their interactions. The danger of knowledge and the insatiable desire for perfection and discovery almost ruin the lives of three men. Dr. Frankenstein is a student with a strong desire for science and the supernatural. His goals begin to consume him with his wild want to make this creation of Frankenstein. His creation is then a hideous monster that only wants to live as a normal human, but in turn is shunned by society and eventually himself falls into the evil perils of humanity. Shelley uses symbolism and the supernatural to bring out the ignorance that existed in...

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