Frankenstein themes Brodie Wiese
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In Mary shelly's Frankenstein the author establishes themes such as using nature as a healing force, and that prejudice has its negative effects. She creates the theme of prejudice by putting the reader in the monster's shoes as he is wronged my mankind. Nature acts as a healing force as it brings a sense of stability and peace to the characters as they take in its beauty.
Nature acts as a soothing, healing force
"forgetting my solitude and deformity, I dared to be happy. I raised my humid eyes with thankfulness towards the blessed sun which bestowed such joy upon me."
The calm water brings peace to my scarred mind
Prejudice has negative effects
I'll save you child
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