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S: DeAnna Boyce

FC: Mary Shelley and Frankenstein

1: Mary Shelley was born August 30, 1797 in England, London. She was left to educate herself.

3: Mary Shelley wrote a book called "Frankenstein. Her reason for writing this book was, because she was set a challenge by Lord Byron to write a ghost story.

4: Henry Victor a person of chemistry and philosophy decides to put his skills to work by building a monster out of old body parts. he builds the monster and as the story goes on he wakes up to the monster over his head looking at him. He feels a deep sweat coming on as if he is becoming ill. Later he hears of his brother being murdered

5: as he is in such a rush to get back to his home town, he realizes that his monster has murdered his brother. Victor takes some time to himself as he goes to the mountains. His monster has followed him begging for mercy and committing that he has murdered his brother. He began asking for a companion. The story continues on and they break apart and victor eventually dies. Frankenstein sees that his master is dead and now feels that he should die also./

7: Frankenstein was isolated from humanity because he was to be dangerous to everyone.

8: This story is similar to Genesis because as god made us as human, man has made monster through old human parts.

9: This story is different from Genesis because God made humans that would just sin or make mistakes, this monster was made and committed a murder.

10: The Ghost of Frankenstein | Son of frankenstein | House of Frankenstein

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  • Title: Frankenstein
  • By: Mary Shelley
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  • Published: over 9 years ago