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Frankenstein a Romatic Character

Summary: In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, she shows the audience how Victor Frankenstein is a Romantic character. The audience sees how he is Romantic mainly because of his self-centeredness. Mary Shelley shows how Victor is a Romantic character by using setting, his character, and the major conflict in the story to show how he is extremely self-centeredness, which leads him to an isolated wretched life.
In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, she shows the audience how Victor Frankenstein is a Romantic character. The audience sees how he is Romantic mainly because of his self-centeredness. Mary Shelley shows how Victor is a Romantic character by using setting, his character, and the major conflict in the story to show how he is extremely self-centeredness, which leads him to an isolated wretched life.

Shelley's use of the conflict in the story brings out Victor's self-centeredness, which is a Romantic characteristic. The main conflict begins when Victor's brother is murdered and is blamed on a Justine. Victor knows that his creation killed his brother but is too self-centered to say anything to anyone else. Victor says, "The tortures of the accused did not equal mine" (93). This shows that he thinks that his inner mind is more important then being hung and dieing. After the...

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