Mary Shelley 's message is clear to the reader throughout his novel out. His message is that a person should not play God, because it is not the natural place for humans to become gods, even if a person is treated and raised evil that inevitably go wrong.
Victor Frankenstein when he was young and very ambitious sought to destroy death and find the elixir of life, Mary Shelley points out that God will turn against him. "Let me say those words of luck. - Destroy statements" Because Victor Frankenstein goes against the will of God and the natural order, God is against Victor Frankenstein and plans for him or anyone else who goes against his will or the natural way of life, serving as a warning against playing god destroy.
alternative title of the novel is the modern day Prometheus. Prometheus was a Titan of Greek mythology that made men of clay and stole fire against the wishes of God, the fire gav...
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...er how is devastated Frankenstein, because he wanted his creation to be a big race and I bet praised him as "the creator" instead of that believes it has made a "race of devils"
story of a struggle between good and evil of Mary Shelley makes the reader constantly redefine both definitions for both Frankenstein and the monster has been kind and either loyal to their family or Lacey, but both have been bad in certain points, so for the monster has killed and caused suffering to the family of Frankenstein Frankenstein and rejected and deprived the monster of a partner and possible children.
Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein is a story of a struggle between good and evil to the extent that the reader can see that good and evil can coexist in the same person and this is what coexists of good and evil that the reader identify with both Frankenstein, the monster, good and evil.
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