What is "Frankenstein" Really About?
The novel "Frankenstein", by Mary Shelley, is much more than a supernatural novel about a monster. The monster explores society on a much deeper level and provides us with several lessons. Then novel examines the issues of man and his creator. The author explores the theme of man playing God in society and the pitfalls endured when trying to do so. "Cursed (although i curse myself) be the hands that formed you!" (Shelley 78) Modern people embrace science as mankind's savior and the novel shows how sometimes science can bring about more evil then it cures. This is a testament to the no…
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