Frankenstein Essay | Friendship in "Frankenstein"

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Friendship in "Frankenstein"

Summary: In Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," happiness comes from friends, not from the glory of accomplishments as Victor Frankenstein was trying to achieve. In the novel, loneliness causes misery, frustration, sadness and destruction.
If you asked most people what the purpose is behind of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, most people would say that the book serves as a statement against the pursuit of scientific knowledge. This makes sense because the novel is about a science project gone terribly wrong. The creation of the beast may have been morally wrong, but that is not where it all went wrong. Once Victor Frankenstein proclaims that he wishes to be the creator of a race, or in essence God, his motives become greedy and self-centered. Frankenstein believed that being glorious and famous would make him happy. If we can learn anything from the novel Frankenstein, it is the importance of friendship to one's happiness. Whenever we see friendship in the novel, we are shown wonderful things such as pleasure and delight. Whenever we are shown scenes of loneliness, we see misery, frustration, sadness, and...

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