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...he juxtapositions they present in their literary works. In Frankenstein, Shelley has themonster compare himself “…like Adam..” (143) and Milton writes, “as lively vigour led” (265)to further his description of the importance of Adam’s creation.In conclusion, both Frankenstein and Lost Paradise delve into many of the same themes.Good versus evil prevails throughout both literary works as does the element of sublime nature.Shelley is able to effectively portray the monster’s downfall with the help of Paradise Lost. Thispassage is crucial to the overall development of the plot because it shows the monster’s turningpoint, which is triggered by the knowledge he gains from reading Paradise Lost. Ultimately, themonster realizes the difference in the creators of both creatures which further points out Victor’sflaws that lead the monster to hate Victor to a point of no return.
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