Monstrosity and Frankenstein
How does Mary Shelley shape our response to ideas about monstrosity in Frankenstein?
Monstrosity is a key theme raised in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Our responses towards monstrosity include sympathy towards the creature, spite towards the creator, questioning of who actually is the real monster (whether it be the creature, or Frankenstein himself) and the consideration of the Rousseau's idea of human's being born innocent until corrupted (turned monstrous) by society's ideals. Mary Shelley has effectively shaped our responses towards monstrosity in this way by using several techniques.…
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