Research Paper On Mary Shelley&Amp;#39;S Frankenstein
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The Thrill of Transgression: “Frankenstein” and “Manfred”
This 6 page paper examines “Manfred” by Lord Byron and “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley and argues that they are both examples of Gothic literature; that Frankenstein is self-deceiving while Manfred is overly self-aware; and that both protagonists transgress boundaries: Frankenstein cross the line between life and death, and Manfred breaks the taboo against incest. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
This essay presents the argument that Frankenstein's monster in Mary Shelley's novel is a sympathetic, sensitive character who is the mental equivalent of an abused child, lashing back at the world and his virtual "father" Victor Frankenstein. Four pages in length, three sources are cited.