How does Mary shelly use of language in chapters 1 and 5 show the
contrast in the atmosphere and Victor Frankenstein’s behaviour.
Question: How does Mary shelly use of language in chapters 1 and 5
show the contrast in the atmosphere and Victor Frankenstein’s
Frankenstein was written in 1818 by a young lady called Mary Shelly.
Shelly had never had any school education but her farther taught her
at home. When Shelly was 19 she completed her novel Frankenstein. The
book Frankenstein was published in 1818. Shelly got the idea whilst
she was in Lake Geneva, when she was challenged by Lord Byron to write
a horror story. The story Frankenstein was based on scientific
development that was being introduced at the time. The genre of the
story is gothic horror. The book is like Dr Jekle and Mr Hyde and
In Frankenstein Mary Shelly used different types of language to show
how Victor changes between chapters one and five. One way shelly does
this is by changing the atmosphere of the chapters. In chapter one
Victor describes his surroundings as being very positive for example
he says its happy and hopeful.
Chapter one gives me information about Victors life before his
emotions and his obsession for the monster take over. In chapter one
victor is very happy we know this because he speaks lovingly of his
parents and speaks to Elizabeth with high emotions for example he
calls her his promised gift.
In chapter five he describes the weather as being dark, gloomy and
cold e.g. it was a dreary night in November that I had behold my
toils. The surroundings in the beginning of chapter five to Victor are
very relieved to have created his monster. Chapter five is very dark
because its in November this makes the atmosphere a lot better. The
difference between the weather and surroundings in chapter...