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Frakenstein Essay

  • Submitted by: LOVESICK&SOSO
  • on December 10, 2008
  • Category: English
  • Length: 672 words

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Malvinia Browne
Ms. Drew
English 102



                                        FRANKENSTEIN



The story of Frankenstein has many themes within it, from social to


theology. Among these themes are many aspects to touch upon, yet the mean


idea that strict me with in the novel is Frankenstein’s fascination and


infatuation with the ability to play God. Where to “play God” I mean the


ability to restore life into a being. There are many questions that arise when


thinking of this event. For after the “demon” (which Frankenstein called him)


was risen he immediately hated it. A feeling of disgust and shame came upon


him and he ran away from it. This would not had been a total surprise if the


monster had been created out of forceful unwillingness or mistake, but Victor


F. slaved day and night for more then a year: digging into grave yards, rarely


sleeping, not eating   and neglecting family and friends to create this


nightmare. Why would he then run from it. After a man has suffered to reach

greatness does he shy from it or instead boast of it so that the world may talk


of it and admire? Where was Victor F.’s   ethical beliefs and morals when this


passion of birth consumed him, only for him to find out within the end that he


had not wanted such a birth at all. The fact that the monster was ugly to me


had no   stand point in Victor’s abandonment, for before the daemon had


awoken he saw his ugliness, huge stature and shape. Could he had not made


it more pleasing to the eye or collected a fresh brain, that it would be


knowledgeable and social. With out all these factors even could he not had


taught it well. It is a thing of fascination that a man may disown a loved thing.


For he did love it or he would had not gone though such pains to obtain it.


One would think that after such a process the likeness to that thing would be


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  • Submitted by: LOVESICK&SOSO
  • on December 10, 2008
  • Category: English
  • Length: 672 words
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