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MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY

"Satan has his companions, fellow-devils, to admire and encourage him; but I am solitary and detested"- says the Monster

MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY

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Was There Any Solution?

Was There Any Solution?

As you know, Frankenstein didn't fulfil the request to make a companion for his creature, and this led into developing even more demonish qualities of the 'being'.

Story ends with guilty feelings of the Monster, but it leaves fearful emotions to the readers because Victor couldn't kill his ...

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Why Frankenstein's Creature Became Evil?

Why Frankenstein's Creature Became Evil?

While we can't say it certainly, i think that within this question lies the main idea of the book. 

Isolation made a monster not- Victor, and this path of transformation shows not the fundamental nature of some unbelievable creature, but us - human beings!

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The indomitable nature of man

The indomitable nature of man

Did you notice how need of a shelter and food transformed into storng demand of a social connection in case of the 'being'?

This portraits the indomitable nature of man so well that monster's request to Frankenstein of making a female partner reminds me how all sins started at

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MARY SHELLEY

There is something at work in my soul, which I do not understend

MARY SHELLEY

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What Can We Learn From This

Alienation described by the author can be a metaphor demonstrating how cruel we are in the real word to people different from us .Those who have unusual visuals, habits or even beliefs and ideas usually get autcasdted like the creature in "Frankenstein"...

We need to c...

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'Fiend' Wasn't Bad Since The Beginning

The story told by a "Monster" about his "friendly cottagers" reveals that the creature was seeking meaningful relationships even since it first learned to discernment all five sences. This isn't only a proof that Victor's 'Monster' was kind deep in heart, but can even be a great model of how we g...

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MARY SHELLEY

I was benevolent and good; misery made me a fiend. Make me happy, and I shall again be virtuous.

MARY SHELLEY

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This amazing work made by Mary Shelley deserves to be paraphrased and talked about more , because in my opinion it has many deep ideas which are left hidden we shell discover...

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Ben has just lost his job. He’s devastated.

"What am I going to do now?" he asks.

He falls asleep at night, swimming in a sea of negative emotions.

In the morning, he wakes up distraught. “This stuff always happen to me,” he thinks. “I have the worst luck.” Ben's negativ...

For a work to be classified as horror...

For a work to be classified as horror...

... it has to have a monster, which has to be threatening in some way. The monster is often otherworldly or violates the laws of nature, as in Alien or Jaws—but some argue that a human character can be a monster, as in Psycho, Silence of the Lambs, and Halloween.

Lesson 5: Surround yourself with interesting people

He regularly collaborated and socialized with some of the greatest minds of his time: fellow scientists, politicians, artists, and business people. Writer and poet

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