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Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (REVIEW)

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein resonates with anyone examining their treatment of "others". Scare quotes aside, reconsidering the outcasts and unwanted, I settle on nonconformity as the origin towards forgiveness, acknowledging this baseline of understanding is only mildly useful.

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For me, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein resonates with anyone examining their treatment of "others". Scare quotes aside, reconsidering the outcasts and unwanted, I settle on nonconformity as an origin towards forgiveness, acknowledging this baseline of understanding is only mildly useful. Is the utility of this cautionary tale a blueprint for aspiring workaholic? How about the megalomaniac? This would be the wrong approach. As a science student, Victor Frankenstein presents as a passion turned obsession. This is a passionate romance turned obsession. Lifeless matter is animated as an ideal, however tragic the manifestation of Frankenstein presents. Hardly a gift, yet transcendental to all that read this story.

Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Frankenstein (Fiction, 1818) LETTERS 4 Letter 1 4 Letter 2 6 Letter 3 8 Letter 4 9 CHAPTER I 15 CHAPTER II 18 CHAPTER III 22 CHAPTER IV 27 CHAPTER V 32 CHAPTER VI 37 CHAPTER VII 42 CHAPTER VIII 49 CHAPTER IX 55 CHAPTER X 59 CHAPTER XI 64 CHAPTER XI...
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