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25 January, 03:40

How does Frankentstein relate to Mary Shelly, the author of the story (research Paper) ?

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  1. 25 January, 04:02
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    Through Setting, Narration and Psychology

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    Frankenstein is an indirect reflection of Mary Shelley's own turbulent life. The setting of the novel Geneva, the Swiss Alps, Ingolstadt and England are well connected to Mary. Albeit it a Gothic novel, the psychological aspect is also explored, similar to what Mary experienced in her childhood when she alone and unhappy. In Mary' time diseases were common which she has used as the cause for the death of Victor's mother, which mirror's her mother's death. Mary's life is reflected in doctor Frankenstein's life. Mary had two step sister; in the novel, Elizabeth Lavenza and Justine Moritz are two sisters adopted by Frankenstein's family. Mary married at an early age which connects with how Victor also got married at an early age. Look at the monster. The monster was inside her self that Mary experienced since no one understands the monster except Victor. Mary makes Victor admit that he was the real monster.
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