Frankenstein Essay | The Role of Female Characters in "Frankenstein"

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The Role of Female Characters in "Frankenstein"

Summary: The female characters in Mary Shelley's classic novel "Frankenstein" are linked closely to the male characters. Also, character sketches of Mrs. Margaret Saville, Elizabeth Lavenza, and Justine Moritz in the novel and their importance to the novel's central themes.
Can you imagine Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein, the great work of literature, without, for example, such female characters as Mrs. Margaret Saville, Elizabeth Lavenza, and Justine Moritz? In this case the novel will have no meaning. All the women help to develop the plot, and without them Frankenstein will lose its spirit. Although these heroines have a lot in common in their characters: they are all strong-willed, kind, careful, and selfless, at the same time, each of them is unique, and each plays her own role in the novel. Mrs. Margaret Saville is the woman to whom the narrator tells the story. Elizabeth Lavenza is the beloved of Victor Frankenstein. Justine Moritz is the heroine who is accused by mistake of murdering William and executed instead of the fiend. There is close connection between the female and male characters, and if we break...

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