Frankenstein 3 Pages
In Mary Shelley’s chilling novel Frankenstein, certain characters represent major thematic ideas that Shelley endeavors to criticize or praise. The main character, the scientist Frankenstein, is used to exemplify the consequences of uninhibited, systematic manipulation of the natural world. Similarly, the explorer Walton, whose Arctic...
6th Baron Byron, George Gordon Byron, Gothic fiction, Human, James Whale, Mary Shelley, Nature, Paradise Lost, Percy Bysshe Shelley