The Perilous Pursuit in “Frankenstein” When divine lighting hits a tree, it never grows back the way it once was; It will always grow back rather anomalously and abnormally. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Doctor Victor Frankenstein epitomizes the struck tree. Frankenstein pursues the idea of knowledge, validation, and accomplishment but ultimately and inadvertently imposes pain […]
Weather Imagery in “Frankenstein” In chapter ten of Thomas Foster’s book, ‘How to Read Literature Like a Professor,’ Foster discusses that rain or weather conditions are never just about the weather condition itself; there is always another purpose behind the use of this technique. Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein, uses this technique throughout her […]
Comparing Outcasts: Frankenstein and Edward Scissorhands In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands, both characters have been put in a place where they both don’t fit in and are rejected in many ways. They’re different from everyone else and are scary and vulnerable. Edward Scissorhands was accepted before he was betrayed by a […]
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Ethical Relativism and “Frankenstein” Ethical or moral relativism is a theory that is used to describe the way of thinking that morality is relative to the norms of one’s culture, meaning that action is wrong or right depending on the moral norms of the society it is being practiced (Santa Clara University). Though this is […]