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During the eighteenth century and nineteenth century, Britain was undergoing many social problems. In the book of Frankenstein, Mary Shelly tried to show us the role of women during the time. Women during that time did not receive the fairness treatment as women today. They had to face many social handicaps like sexism, discrimination, and the separation of sphere.

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