Frankenstein

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Chapter Analysis

Analyze the transformation of Dr. Victor Frankenstein from innocent if single-minded scientist to a madman mired in misery and regret. Along the way, come to know his "monster." How does Shelley utilize traditional narrative structure to illustrate her protagonist's change, and what comment does she make about the importance of humility, anchoring relationships, and kindness — both to ourselves and to the things that we create?

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General Analysis

These questions invite you to consider the social-historical implications of the novel. How does Frankenstein function as a representation of the Romantic genre, and how can it be read as a polemic against the events of the day? What does the novel suggest about the dangers of science, technology, and industrialization? What role does hubris play in this work — particularly in the characterization of Victor — and what does the novel imply about the dangers of single-mindedness and the meaning of the word "monster"?

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