Themes in Frankenstein by Destiny Kord
By destinykord, Updated
After viewing this storyboard, you will be able to identify themes throughout the novel Frankenstein and be provided with quotes and examples to support those themes.
Nature as a soothing, healing force.
After discovering fire, the monster became happier and more curious.
"The sight of the land majestic in nature had indeed always the effect of solemnizing my mind and causing me to forget the passing care of life."
"I discovered more distinctly the black sides of Jura, and the bright summit of mount Blanc.
The monster takes the DeLacey family wood without them knowing or acknowledging him, and he still get treated poorly when he meets them.
Evil is the consequence of neglect or rejection.
"I was benevolent and good, misery made me a fiend."
The monster killed Elizabeth because VIctor refused to make him a female companion, so he didn't believe Victor should deserve one.
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