Essay about Mary Shelly's

Essay about Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein"

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The Modern Prometheus or Frankenstein is one of the well-known and famous novels of Marry Shelly. The main concept of the novel is about controversial idea of a scientist who wants to give life to an inanimate object, and how his experiment effects his own and his beloved familya€™s life. After creating the monster, he demands from his creator whose name is Victor Frankenstein to generate a mate for him because he was alone and nobody accepts him in the world of people. While reading through Marry Shellya€™s novel, we realize that Victora€™s refusal to create a bride of the creature and the destruction of the mate is justifiable.The main concept of the novel is about controversial idea of a scientist who wants to give life to an inanimate object, and how his experiment effects his own and his beloved familya€™s life.


Title:Essay about Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein"
Author: Naseer Ahmad Habibi
Publisher:GRIN Verlag - 2012-05-16
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