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Who is really the villain of Frankenstein? Is The Monster really the monster here?
1. Victor is the real monster by trying to play the role of God. He created a monster.
2. How The Monster went with his life. All the things he learned.
3. The Meaning of the Subtitle of “Frankenstein”
The subtitle of Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, is “The Modern Prometheus.” Prometheus was a figure from Greek mythology who stole fire from the gods and used it to create humans. Based on your knowledge of this myth, construct an essay in which you defend or refute the idea that Victor is the modern Prometheus. Incorporate specific, concrete evidence from the novel to support your arguments. Be sure to dig beneath the surface similarities between the myth and Shelley’s novel in order to identify latent symbols and their significance.
Creating humans or monsters isn't your job, its Gods.
Shelley, Mary. Frankenstein, or a Modern Prometheus. New York: Signet Classics, 2000. Print.
Frankenstein Character Analysis
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