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FC: Frankenstein | By:Mary Shelley

1: Biographical | Nationality: British;English Birth Date: August 30,1797 Death Date: February 1,1851 Mary Godwin was born in London. Mary's mother died soon after her birth. Her mother was Mary Wollstonecraft and her father was William Godwin. Mary met her future husband Percy Bysshe shelley around the age of sixteen. Percy and Mary were married December 30, 1816 at St. Mildred's church in London.

3: Why Frankenstein? | The story of Frankenstein started in the summer of 1816. Mary wrote the story, because of a challenge proposed to her by a gentlemen named Lord Byron, to write a ghost story. She completed the novel within a year.

4: Summary of Frankenstein | A man named Victor Frankenstein spends months putting together a creature out of old body parts. One night in his apartment, he brings his creation to life.

6: What did the monster want from Frankenstein? | The monster wanted Frankenstein to create a mate for him, a monster equally grotesque to serve as his sole companion

8: Showers ring My Flowers | Why is Frankenstein isolating the monster? | Frankenstein is keeping the monster isolated, because he does not want word of what he has done to get out and his creation is how would you say ugly and the world will not be able to accept him.

10: How does the Frankenstein story imitate the Genesis story? | Well i would think that the stories are alike, because the monster was created from nothing just like man.

11: Also just like man. The monster wanted a wife or a women.

12: How is this story different from the Genesis story | The Genesis story was REAL.....

14: "be like the flower, turn your face to the sun." - Kahlil Gibran | It's a beautiful day, don't let it get away.

16: "Blossom by blossom the spring begins"

17: It's a beautiful day, don't let it get away.

19: A Smile As Sweet As Spring

20: Nothing Is So Beautiful As Spring

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