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Consequences of Man's Attempt to Master Life Exposed in Frankenstein Free essay! Download now

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Consequences of Man's Attempt to Master Life Exposed in Frankenstein

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The consequences to man's attempt to master life and death are made evident
when, Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein,

unwittingly creates a "monster" that counteracts man's new control over life and death.

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The consequences to man's attempt to master life and death are made evident
when, Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein,

unwittingly creates a "monster" that counteracts man's new control over life and death.
Frankenstein's monster becomes a constant interference in
Frankenstein's life and a constant threat to the people that he loves. The
monster emerges to punish Frankenstein when he attempts to forget the horror he
has released from meddling in the creation of life.
Following the creation of the monster, Frankenstein's life is plagued
with sadness, remorse, and guilt. Previous to his creation's "birth"
Frankenstein is cheerful and fueled by an innocent curiosity that leads him
to discover life's secret. Frankenstein becomes enveloped by a sinister
passion fueling his intense desire to create life. However, when he is
persuaded to create another monster Frankenstein is disgusted by the task
before him. Frankenstein compares his altered sensations regarding the two
monsters as "During my first experiment, a kind of enthusiastic frenzy had
blinded me to the horror of my employment…my eyes were shut to the horror of
my proceedings.
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