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Frankenstein Project

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FC: Frankenstein Created By: Mary Shelley

1: Table Of Contents | Letter To Reader................... Pages 2-3 Letter To Walton and Timeline...................... Pages 4-5 Letter To Victor and Timeline................... Pages 6-7 Letter to Victor and Timeline..................... Pages 8-9

2: Letter To the Reader | Dear Reader I am writing to tell you three things about the novel I wrote"Frankenstein". The novel was part of a contest between me and my friends. We wanted to see who could write the scariest stories. I got the idea from a dream I had. I saw a vision of a dead body coming back to life. The theme of this novel centers around the idea of responsibility. ,Mary Shelley was just a youngster when she went by Lord Byron's home in Switzerland with her man, artist Percy Shelley. One night while they were there it was a dull and stormy night, and the partners started telling ghost stories. Mary had a dream a found a man who made a creature, and she drew excitement from that dream. She may have additionally taken thoughts from discussions she had with these partners about galvanism, which is the point at which a present of power is connected to muscles and nerves. At the time, the early 1800s, they were starting to happen upon some engineering that might "bring the dead to life" or revive individuals, in the same way as fake breathing or what we now call CPR. Sincerely, Mary Shelley

4: Dear Walton, I am writing to tell you why you should stop your obsession with the North Pole. I creates this monster to experiment the things of science, and admire the study of Agrippa. The things I used to make this horrifying monster is different body part such as old human body parts. I was excited when he awaken but her terrified me because I made him 8 ft tall. I abandoned him in the lab because I was frightened and terrified. I come back he has wandered off into the wilderness and is no where to be found.I had a nervous breakdown because he was so big and could terrify alot of people or even hurt them. The monster I created was scared, couldn't talk and was just looking for a friend. I started getting worried when people I know started coming up missing, He started going for my family. Then I realized he was going to come for me at my wedding. | Letter To Walton

6: Dear Victor, I am writing this letter to tell you how thankful I am for helping me realizes that the voyage I am on is a great experience but was also a waste of time. With all the conversations we've had I think it is time for me to go back home and start my life over again. When I first say you stranded on the ice I was kind enough to help you come back to life. I think I have made the right decision by helping you, because now we have grown closer and we are good friends. I am more than grateful that you've shared your story with me, because now I’ve learn we are both interested in science. Both of our father believed that reading was a complete waste of time, but actually it has brought us along way. After all the bad you went through in life, you were enough to share your story and confess to the world; now maybe they will forgive you like I Robert Walton have forgave you. Victor Frankenstein your talent shows who you truly are even though you've created a horrible creature, you should be proud that you created life and that's something other people don't have the intelligence to do. Sincerely, Robert Walton | Dear Victor

8: Creature Letter | Dear Victor, I am writing this letter to you on how much I hate you for creating me and not even taking pride in me and just abandoning me. Making me the ugly creature I am now I walk around with nowhere to go no one will take me because I’m the humiliating, disgusting, ugly looking monster. You should have never created me knowing you weren't going to take full responsibility in taking care of me like you supposed to, bringing a creature into this world knowing nothing about this world. I really hope you get what you deserve death.

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