Frankenstein : character studies /
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is one of the most widely read novels of all time. Its two central characters, the scientist Victor Frankenstein and the being he creates, have gained mythic status in their own right. Engaging with the novel's characterization is crucial to gaining a real under...
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|Series:||Continuum character studies.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction : An overview of Frankenstein
- Walton the explorer
- Frankenstein the scientist
- Constructing a self: the creature's narrative
- Appendix : Characterization in the 1831 edition.