Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" develops the theme of alienation and isolation which in result shows the reader in detail the society's assumptions and moral values. Throughout the elaborate novel the creature Victor Frankenstein created is the main focus of alienation. Some writer's say that this theme of alienation originate from a variety of elements, such as Mary Shelley's father, William Godwin, who believed that if one is to be isolated they will turn violent. This theme is particularly important because it really shows us the moral beliefs and values of society. Throughout the novel t…
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