LEARNED MONSTROSITY- Frankenstein Thematic Analysis (Volume 3)

Upon the conclusion of Frankenstein, a prevalent theme is that beings are born inherently good, but it is through experience that traits like evil and monstrosity are learned. In all essence, society creates its monsters. This is evident in the creature’s dialogue with Walton, as the creature explains: “Evil thenceforth became my good” (222) This … Continue reading LEARNED MONSTROSITY- Frankenstein Thematic Analysis (Volume 3)