Frankenstein Essays

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The story Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus made different feelings to me. I read it first time about five years ago, and when I read it now, I understood the concept differently.
The story has a from of letters from Mr. R. Walton, the traveler, to his sister Margaret. Walton wanted to reach the North Pole and wanted to discover new parts of the World. In the land of ice his ship found a man, Victor Frankenstein. He told his story, why he was there and what happened to him, to Mr. Walton in order to warn him from doing something ‘bad’. Mr. Victor Frankenstein was a scientist who wanted to discover something new. His desire for it was so strong that he put all his efforts and life to it. He studied chemistry,
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Creature though that Frankenstein was responsible for not experience these feelings and he prepared revenge. He wanted Frankenstein to feel such a big pain such Creature. It was reason why William was killed. Creature demanded Frankenstein to fulfill his responsibility toward him and create the female. Creature promised if Frankenstein gave him the female, he would never more occur in his life. Frankenstein promised it in order to protect his family. He started the work. Later on he came up with idea that he did not have a right to bring another cruel and ugly monster to the civilization. He took the risk that it is smaller evil to destroy own family rather to build monsters dangerous for whole World. He destroyed his work while the Creature observed him. He broke the promise and creature start to kill his fellow. First was his best friend Henry. But the worst thing supposes to happen at the Frankenstein wedding day with Elizabeth. The Creature killed Elizabeth in order to make Frankenstein feel the pain from loneliness. Creature’s revenge was finished. When the Mr. Walton`s ship found Frankenstein, he was hunting the Creature. It was only thing that led Frankenstein live. When Frankenstein finished his story, Mr. Walton started to understand Frankenstein’s warring. The ship was in danger and the screw was feared. Walton started to thing if he had right to risk sailors` lives in order to fulfill his desire for discovering new areas. Story finished

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