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...rom them; vivid descriptions of the monsters demonstrate what terrible results such studies can create; and the side characters and social background makes the readers more convinced such studies are unacceptable. The same message from these two novel needs to be remembered, even nowadays. Only when the boundary and limit of human nature are not broken, can science benefit mankind.
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