Victor Frankenstein and Robert Walton there similarities
The desire to make history to discover what remains undiscovered, or to know what remains unknown is an everlasting human goal. Although many have failed to realize this dream, a very few have been passionately successful in its pursuit. The immortality power that these select few have, of course, only provided to encourage those who come after. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein is a literary reflection upon this intensely human desire here illustrated by the title character's quest for personal glory by means of scientific discovery.
Moreover, both Victor Frankenstein and the…
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