"Frankenstein": A basic critique/overview.
The nineteenth centaury novel, "Frankenstein", written by Marry Shelly discusses Victor Frankenstein's creation and how he dealt with the situation at hand. Victor's creation experienced the society that humans live in and therefore began to understand their way of life. As a result, he felt lonely and loathed about his ugly and dreadful appearance. Milton Millhauser, a noted critic, discusses many aspects of the book; in particular he talks about the monsters nature and his interaction with human society. The critic also asserts that the monster is a "natural man," who is by his definit…
- "Frankenstein": A basic critique/overview.
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