Gender And Gender Equality In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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While reading contemporary authors, their books may convey or portray current issues that are visible in our current society. However, in the example of the novel Frankenstein, Mary Shelley uses the creature to reflect gender equality. The creature wishes to be treated equal and to be equal to man in every aspect, however, man denies the idea and treats the creature as another species. This can reflect the idea of equality for women, also, the idea of discrimination can be interpreted. Since the creature is technically human because the body’s composition is made out of human body parts, the creature has the intelligence of a person and has the ability to show, feel or have emotions, yet he is treated differently due to his appearance. These ideas are also…show more content…
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