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In her novel, Frankenstein, how does Mary Shelley express her values in her classic novel?
Throughout the novel, Frankenstein, Mary Shelley predominantly reflects values upheld Victorian English Society more-so than shaping the values. Firstly, an example of a reflected value is the concept of a pursuit of knowledge in the novel. Another example of a reflected value in the text is the use of Romanticism throughout the novel. Chauvinism is also a reflected value contained within the text in which the creation lacks a 'motherly' figure. On the other hand, Shelley shapes the values of her society when talking about region in the novel, comparing it to the context of the English So…
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