Who Is The Monster? Essay

1097 WordsNov 28, 20165 Pages
Who is the monster Mary Shelley the daughter of William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft, she was born in 1797. Mary known that her spent the rest of her life writing to support her family; she also wrote essays, short stories, and travelogues. The most famous of her novels is Frankenstein. Frankenstein was really popular in culture, is also very popular in the romantic era call Gothic novel very popular at that time. The idea for her novel is from her nightmare. In the Frankenstein novel, the main character in her novel is Victor Frankenstein; people think the creature is the monster, but he is not; he is the scientist/creator. The monster is never given a name. Frankenstein was living in a wealthy family. He was smart, and he became scientist. In Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, Victor is a scientist who loves to study the dead. He wants to be famous about to give life to a dead human being. He spent the rest of time to make his goal come true, and give up his family, friends, and his love. When he finishes his creation, everything was going out control and blame for the tragedy. The problem is not about the monster he created, because he is the one who is behind the whole operation. He supports to know how to control, working properly as a good scientist should do. Some people say that the monster Victor has created is to blame for the words, violence, and destruction that follows the experiment, it is Victor who is the one responsible. First Victor being the scientist,
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