Romantic Literature


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  • Evidence of Romantic Literature
  • I had admired the perfect forms of my cottagers, but how was I terrified when I viewed myself in a transparent pool!
  • Evidence of Romantic Literature
  • I always come from my studies discontented and unsatisfied.
  • Evidence of Romantic Literature
  • I satiate my ardent curiosity with the sight of a part of the world never before visited.
  • The monster's individual experience is expressed through his narrative. He realizes that he is a monster and it brings out deep pondering.
  • Evidence of Romantic Literature
  • The beauty of the dream is vanished. Horror and disgust choke me.
  • Intellect isn't satisfying Victor. Intellect is painted as the enemy of emotion and feeling.
  • Evidence of Romantic Literature
  • Walton has a desire to explore, specifically the unkown
  • Evidence of Romantic Literature
  • Victor is deeply affected by his creation. Most people hold their creations close and precious, but Victor is so repulsed, he flees and considers destroying the monster. It's an emotional firestorm.
  • Nature seems to be the reason Victor gets lost in the ocean. The moon and the sky are almost entities that influence the story.
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