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Homework Help: Foreign languages

Posted by John on Sunday, July 1, 2012 at 10:29am.

Thank you. Here are a few other sentences I'd like you to check.

1) How is the theme of the double investigated in Shelley's Frankenstein?
As for Shelley's Frankenstein, both Doctor Frankenstein and his creature are complementary: They both suffer from a sense of alienation and isolation, and both begin with a desire to be good but become obsessed with hate and revenge.
2) Though Dr Frankenstein initially flees from his creature, he is constantly troubled by the monster's presence.
3) This troubled feeling turns into a nightmare when he fails to fashion a mate for his creature. Furthermore, Walton is the double of Frankenstein since he manifests the same ambition, the wish to overcome human limits in his travelling towards the unknown.
4) The creature stands for the sci2)Who does Frankenstein’s creature stand for? To whom can he (it?) be comparedentist’s negative self; Frankenstein refers to him as a miserable monster. Though Doctor Frankenstein tries to flee from his creature, the monster is a constant presence in the doctor’s life.
5)Can you briefly summarize the plot of the novel? Why is Victor Frankenstein an overreacher?
6)Is Frankenstein told chronologically?

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