Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley 's Frankenstein

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By: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

The fictional story of Frankenstein written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in 1816 was adapted into a graphic novel in 2008 to reimagine this literary masterpiece to appease the modern reader 's of the world. The story of the novel follows an explorer from europe towards the arctic circle to discover a great discovery to become famous. As they reach the arctic, they meet Victor Frankenstein stuck on a piece of floating ice. After saving him Mr. Frankenstein tells the explorer his story of how he created a “monster” from nothing but parts of corpses to create life, and with this creation of artificial life he grew horrified of what he had done and runs in fear of his creation, because of this the creature did not learn of how to be “human” and became hateful and evil from his experiences which in turn he killed Victor’s younger brother then chose to ask Victor to create him a wife to have a family and learn how to love but after a long and tedious task Victor destroys the female and the creature kills Victor 's new wife which lead him to the arctic in search for the monster.“Dr.” Victor Frankenstein is guilty of multiple charges of murder, and desecration of bodies of the passed, reasonable doubt and “child” abandonment and other crimes that would take too much of the court 's time to list.

The hubris of Victor Frankenstein led him to do inhuman acts to accomplish his goals. The actions took towards his goals were grave robbing,…
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