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Frankenstein Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Further Study

Compare and contrast Robert Walton's and Victor Frankenstein's personalities. You might draw parallels between their quest to conquer the unknown, their emotional ties to other Individuals, or their loneliness,

Research some of the prominent Issues in your society that Shelley addresses in her novel, such as genetic engineering, or the effects of abandonment on children whose fathers have disappeared from their lives. Make a comparison between the novel and your discoveries and discuss observations about how your society is coping with or addressing these sensitive issues.

Analyze the theme of justice In the novel. What does Justine's trial have to do with Victor's treatment of his creature or the creature's treatment of Victor's family and friends? How does the theme of revenge relate to issues of justice?

Research some of the characteristics of the Romantic movement, such as isolation, an emphasis on nature, or the notion...

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