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Personal Influences In Frankenstein

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Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, was an english novelist who was famous for her work of Frankenstein. The idea of Frankenstein was written based on a dream of an anonymous person creating a new man with human body parts. It was published on January 1, 1818, it illustrates most of her background on the main character Victor, Frankenstein.The book is consisted of characters feelings and complexity. Mary wrote it at the age of nineteen, influenced by the radical movement and her parents. The work of Frankenstein is gothic that is based on science fiction and became immediate bestseller. Mary express her critical book from the perspective of the dream narrated by Robert Walton. Mary WollStone Shelley reflects her own personal life in Victor…show more content…
It advanced; the heavens were clouded, and I soon felt the rain coming slowly in large drops, but its violence quickly increased (Shelley 82).” Frankenstein is drafted in an historically way, that paradise is an influence.
In 1797 Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was born in london. Her father ,William Godwin, a political philosopher and Mary Wollstone, her mother, a journalist, who died shortly after a month Mary was born. Mary Wollstone shelley was raised by her father and provided her a rich education. Her father encourage her and her writing style became strong in vocabulary. After a short time of period after her mother passed away his father remarried. Mary jane clairmont became her stepmother along with half siblings. While in Frankenstein, Victor also has a half family of two brothers and then Elizabeth was adopted. Mary was a creative person who would spent most of her time reading books. “As a child, I scribbled; and my favorite pastime, during the hours was given me for recreation, was to ‘write stories.'” In her book Mary applied it into Victor's life, he would be studious person too.“ In this mood of mind I betook myself to the mathematics and the branches of study appertaining to that science as being built upon secure foundations, and so worthy of my consideration (Shelley 38).” Mary reflects some of her life in how Victor's family was like.
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