Frankenstein: Analysis Of The Book And Play

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My definition of romanticism is when nature played a huge part to all the great artists and writers of the time. The Period of romanticism took place during the 1800s when individuals put emotion into their work and cared about education, literature, and natural history. The true romantics wanted to escape the industrial age and move away from urbanization and population in general. The romantic revolution paved the way for many writers and artists because people felt free and it gave inspiration for original ideas. Some of the great novelists surfaced during the Romanic age, one of which was marry shelly who wrote Frankenstein a masterpiece during its time.

The book Frankenstein was a magnificent novel touching on many key ideals of the Romanism movement. The novel is about a monster that is created by a mad scientist. This book started with an explorer Robert Walton looking for the Northwest Passage. While Walton is looking for this passage he discovers Victor close to death floating on a piece of ice. Walton then writes his sister retelling Victor’s endeavors and experiences with the creation of the monster. When victor created the monster he was first very excited in his work, he thought he was an amazing scientist. Then his creation all suddenly turns on Victor killing everything he is dear too in the name of vengeance. The monster eventually murders three people in cold blood as well as one indirectly. First Williams’s brother who is accidently strangled to death. With the death of William the monster framed the servant Justine by placing a picture of William in her pocket. Justin was then executed for the unjust murder of William. Sadly Elizabeth, Frankenstein’s cousin and new wife on the wedding night. He also kills a good friend of...

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