Frankenstein, By Mary Shelley

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When first reading the book of Frankenstein does one just think of a mythical science fiction book that really has no meaning? Frankenstein can have numerous meanings depending on how a person perceives it. Frankenstein can be analyzed into many themes; some say religion, feminism, or scientific symbolization, it all depends on ones own perception. When one analyzes further into Mary Shelly’s life and then interprets the novel it is obvious that is a sociological theme. One can simply assume that Mary Shelley creates Frankenstein through on her own life experiences and the sociological symbolism shows that. Mary Shelley experiences many tragic events throughout her life that are synonymous with the monster in her book Frankenstein. Mary Shelley writes a novel during some of the most tragic times of her life, this is where Frankenstein was created. Shelley and the creature in Frankenstein both learned independence on their own, were shunned by their creators and never felt loved, and both were unwilling murderers. Mary Shelley creates this monster based on her life experiences. The novel of Frankenstein started with Robert Walton, an explorer, looking for a new passage. After weeks at sea, Walton’s crew finds an emaciated man, Victor Frankenstein, floating on ice nearly dead. Victor Frankenstein was pulled to safety and nursed back to heath where he then relays events that happened during his past that began as he pieced together a man using deceased body parts.…

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