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Essay | Loving Frankenstein

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Loving Frankenstein.
This section contains 1,287 words
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Loving Frankenstein

Summary: Analyzes Mary Shelley's classic novel, Frankenstein. Describes how both Dr. Victor F. Frankenstein and his monster thrive on love. Explains how this sentiment, converted into hatred, ultimately destroys them both.


Many people feel as though the end of their lives will come about through physical destruction. They will acquire a physical sickness or a fatal wound and become physically weak. However, some people can be destroyed through psychological means, like love. Love can act as both a creator and a destroyer which creates emotions, feelings, and the shaping the tabula rasa. The tabula rasa is, as created by John Locke "a blank slate or sheet of paper, ready from the moment of its creation to receive sensations from the outside world and impressions from within." These positive and negative feelings mold experiences that contribute to this formulation of an identity. Love destroys by being denied or taken away, because it tends to leave a void in a person's psyche. In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Dr. Victor F. Frankenstein and his monster thrive on love, however it is also this...

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This section contains 1,287 words
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