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The Development of Thought on Frankenstein

Summary: There are many versions of Frankenstein. This essay provides details on how the character of Frankenstein was changed time to time in each novels. Horror of the Frankenstein is the only thing that remains same in each novel versions.

It is a story of horrors that has been, over time, adopted into cinema and television alike. However, the original story of Frankenstein written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley from 1816 to 1817 in Geneva Switzerland differs greatly from its Hollywood renditions. When published in 1818, the 19 year old's story was highly criticized for its style and many different critics offered interpretations based on the popular critical theories of the time. Although all critics of Frankenstein have slightly different views, many of them do express similar points. Croker and the writer from The British Critic express their contempt for the novel in general. Sir Walter Scott, Birkhead, Goldberg and Miyoshi examine it in greater detail and compare it with other great writings of the time. Moer examines the details of Mary Shelley's life and how they are represented in the novel. Among these critiques of Frankenstein and its...

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