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  • Victor And The Creature
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    At first glance, the monster in Frankenstein is a symbol of evil, who's only desire into ruin lives. He has been called "A creature that wreaks havoc by destroying innocent lives often without remorse. He can be viewed as the antagonist, the element victor must overcome to restore balance and tranquillity to the world". But after the novel is looked atone different levels, one becomes aware that the creature wasn't responsible for his actions, and was just a victim of circumstance. The real vill...
  • Elizabeth
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    Once landing on shore, evening has fallen. Light is transitory, and the wind is rising violently. The narrator becomes exceedingly anxious, and resolves that either the creature or he will die tonight. Elizabeth observes his agitation and questions him; Victor gives her a vague answer, saying that the night is dreadful. Believing that he can spare Elizabeth a grisly combat scene, he bids her to retire before him, that he might gain knowledge of the creature's whereabouts. He walks up and down, w...
  • Victor's Silence Towards Elizabeth Causes
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    Moral Values in Frankenstein It is said that every story has a moral, or sometimes if you look hard enough, there are many different morals within one story. In the well-written novel Frankenstein, the teenage author, Mary Shelley, teaches us about moral values. In most cases, moral values result in a positive way, but if there is an obsession for wanting something too much, it could turn into a negative situation. Shelley makes it evident that in most situations, too much desire for a moral val...
  • Creature Request Victor
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    Birth is a natural process of creating a new life. Birth symbolizes life, giving future hope to people. In Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, the main character, Victor Frankenstein, creates a being with his own hands; he has created something magnificent and terrible at the same time. Upon the moment of birth of this creature, Frankenstein runs away in horror. In relation, the author herself as she wrote this story, puts her life events into the book. Mary Shelley's mother died soon after her birth;...
  • Victor Frankenstein
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    M aranda Pant alone Period 2 Frankenstein Essay October 31st 2003 There were many phrases and events in the story that indicated that Victor was going crazy. Some of the indications in the story were both sickening and stupid. There were three indications in the story, so far, that showed me that Victor was going crazy. These events took place in chapters four through eight. The first event that occurred was in chapter four on page thirty. Victor dug up dead body parts and examined hte m. Victor...
  • Monster As Hideous As Victor
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    Letters 1-4- The four letters are written by the explorer Robert Walton to his sister Margaret Saville. Walton, a Englishman with a love for seafaring, is the captain of a ship heading on a dangerous voyage to the North Pole. In the first letter, he tells his sister about the preparations leading up to his departure and about his desire to accomplish some great purpose. In the second letter, Walton complains about his lack of friends. He feels lonely and isolated, too sophisticated to find comfo...

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