Once the mother turned on the tv all you heard was screaming. The mom screamed ”look what it's doing!!!!” her husband to come down stairs. When he came down stairs he was frightened. The Dad replied by saying “We need to move” the Mom and Dad started packing up their clothes,and all their supplies. Once they were all packed it was too late. It was already in there city. The parents sat down on the couch. The Mom screamed we're all going to die!!. The bus arrived at there house. There kids bursted through the door,crying their eyes out. They ran and hugged their parents. After a while they calmed down and watched the tv. The Mom was mostly scared about its huge feet. The dad wasn't worried about the feet he was scared on its teeth. The son asked why it was stomping on all the buildings. The
I hastily fled to my newest place of work. I had inhabited the world with a second creation. This demon, though a woman, was more terrifying and hideous than the first. A monstrous creature created only for longing of a new beginning. A world where I would forget this horrible deed I had bestowed upon the universe. I had only promised my first creation a companion, not a family. His companion would never get the chance to conceive, for no more demons will wreak havoc upon mankind. I fled knowing the creature was close looking for what I had promised him.
The story starts as four letters. A man is writing to his sister, she is in England. He is far from home. He is searching for a new discovery in science. He’s heading north, on a ship. People say that it’s a dangerous journey. The story is written in the last letter Mr.Walton wrote to his sister.
One can say that humans should know better than to wonder in the unknown, especially when it comes to things like science. Trying to cheat death is definitely not the way to go. Clearly Victor Frankenstein did not know that until the creature he brought back to life became his worst nightmare. Death is an Important theme in this novel you see this by how Victor decides to make a man or a monster per se by using dead body parts, giving him a horrifying, monstrous and terrifying appearance.
The debate of nature versus nurture has been going on for as long as anyone can remember. The discussion of whether characteristics are given to us innately at birth or that we exclusively grow and learn from our own personal experiences is an argument that will not seem to go away. In the novel Frankenstein both sides can be argued about the scientist’s creation, as he shows examples of each viewpoint. However, I believe that the society’s disregard toward Victor’s creation leads to the creature’s thirst for revenge. The creature shows throughout the story how the decisions and actions of other characters impact his emotions and characteristics.
The room was filled with a deep, deafening unbroken silence for many minutes after, nobody moved, or even dared to utter a single noise. We heard the crashing noise of many supports and other structures falling from their support and as I moved towards the entrance, trying to open the door, it wouldn’t move an inch, clearly having been blocked by a pillar of wood and stone.
“Andries, you have to go to bed!” shouted Mom from downstairs. So he did what his mom told him to do. He shut the door of his closet and his real door and then dimmed the light until the whole room was consumed by the darkness.
A jagged diamond of bright white light, fuzzy like he was looking through an unfocused camera, appeared directly above him. At the same time the pain awoke, a searing fire in his lower back and legs, and then he noticed the cold. He didn’t want to move in case he’d broken something when he fell, assuming he could move, and assuming he did fall, so he just laid there, blinking up at the jagged white diamond.
Phil was anxious, to say the least. He’s been waiting forever to 'pop’ the question, but has never found out the right way to do it. He decided it’s easier to do it now, rather than later, plus, new years is a pretty good time to propose, right? Phil didn’t doubt that Dan would say yes, but that didn’t really calm his nerves, he still had that awful feeling in his stomach (and no, he didn’t drink too much milk, maybe…). He talked to Louise about it, who was excited when she found out his plan, about everything with the anxiousness, and she said it was normal to have the jitters before doing something as big as offering someone to be your life-long partner (well, unless if they got divorced, but Phil didn’t really want to think of that right now).
I glanced up at the clock. It was 12:18. Mrs. Ewert exclaimed, “One or two problems guys.” My heart sunk to my toe. I had langage arts next. Mrs. Berntson was coming back to school after her son went missing. My friends say that she is seeking revenge and locking up kids. I tried not to think about it and did a math problem, I knew they were exaggerating. The bell rang and Mrs. Ewert excused the class. I slowly walked down the crowded hallway. I turned the corner and could see her crusty, burnt door. Now I could believe my friends, Mrs. Berntson has gone crazy! I looked across the hallway and could see my friend, Will. You could tell by his face that he was scared to go in.
Victor goes to Ingolstadt to study philosophy and chemistry, but then wants to find the after life and bring it back. He builds a creature out of dead people's body parts and brings the creature to life. After he doesn't like the look of the monster, he runs into the streets and finds Henry. Henry looks after Victor after he falls ill. After a while, he gets better and is going home when his dad sends a letter about his brother being murdered. Victor sees a glimpse of the monster and is pretty sure that the monster killed his brother. Justine Moritz is tried and found guilty for the murder of William and is executed. Victor goes to the mountains for a vacation and sees the monster. The monster says he did kill William. Monster wants a soul
Once upon a time in a faraway land there lived a family of four, a mother, father, and their two children. Every morning they were woken up by an evil, disgusting creature who would bang on their doors and ring in their ears. This happened to everyone in the town for years until one day we had had enough and we decided to fight the monster.
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a literary classic that tells a story of a young scientist Victor Frankenstein who created a monster that tries to live in society but is rejected. The monster will later seek revenge by going after his creator. In this essay I will be evaluating two critiques about the novel. Beginning with Professor Naomi Hetherington’s critique and the second critique written by Professor Sherry Ginn.
Frankenstein was a story written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley while she was on her vacation in Switzerland with her husband. The story got published in 1818 without letting the public about the author. It was in 1831 when the novel revised edition was out and Mary Shelley name mentioned as an author. The novel focused on social, cultural and political facet of the societies during Mary’s lifetime. The fictional character in the novel clearly shows the battle against the pre-established people’s attitude during that time. Religion and science always create a controversy in the society with religion always differencing from any scientific principles and experiments. Shelley’s tried to addresses the above controversy and showed how science and modern technology is sometimes wrong. She tried to show how scientists and inventors are sometimes selfish only care for achieving their plan without evaluating the end result.