BEAUTY-Frankenstein Thematic Analysis (Volume 2)

Throughout the second volume of Frankenstein, Mary Shelley uses irony and dictation to illustrate the extent to which physical appearance rules the human race. Frankenstein’s creature seems to bring out the worst in humanity. Human beings abhor the creature for his mutilated appearance, instinctively assuming since he is “ugly”, he is evil. The manner with … Continue reading BEAUTY-Frankenstein Thematic Analysis (Volume 2)