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Plot Summary of "Frankenstein"

Summary: A plot summery of the novel "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley. Victor Frankenstein is a scientist obsessed with trying to create life and stop death, so he creates a human-like creature that ends up killing people.
This book was about a man, Victor Frankenstein, who wanted to expand human knowledge of the creation of life and how to stop death. He eventually found the secret to the creation of life. He then decided to make an attempt at creating a human. It took many months of his time creating the body for the creature he was making. Once it was finished, and he had given life to it, he realized how hideous this fiend was. The fiend was forced to live on his own for the next 2 years. Meanwhile, Victor went mad for almost 6 months.

2 years after the creating of this monster, Victor had almost completely put the fiend out of his mind; Victor was called home because of the murder of his younger brother. Once home, he figured out that the monster was responsible for the death of his brother.

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