Frankenstein

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  • The Industrial Revolution
  • The Industrial Revolution
  • Medicine in the Victorian Era
  • Father Almighty, I say to heal this man!! Why isn't this working?
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  • The Industrial Revolution produced a new movement of "life" with the creations of new machinery. Some of the technology that came out were windmills, steam engines, and electricity. Many people were not fond of these developments or the new sciences. These technological and medicinal advances led to severe anxiety within many Europeans. 
  • Medicine in the Victorian Era
  • The Industrial Revolution also resulted in an increase in population and urbanization. This growth caused higher death rates, illness epidemics, and overcrowding.
  • Literary Theory on Frankenstein
  • Maybe...that's not such a good idea...
  • Knowledge was growing, and ideas were changing. Some medicine still based on old beliefs and natural remedies. Leeches were a popular technique to drain blood, and plantains were said to help with hay fever and allergies. However, pharmacies brought healthcare to the general population for the very first time.
  • Literary Theory on Frankenstein
  • Just a heads up, you guys should probably stop overworking and underpaying the poor.
  • During this time, hands-on concocting began. However, it could not be done by just anyone; it was only for the highly skilled. Medicines were made up of liquid, powder, herbs, and even animals. Mercury, arsenic, iron, and phosphorous were often used.
  • Frankenstein is considered one of the earliest forms of science fiction. The novel could be an allegory for the Industrial Revolution and the dominance humans were trying to have over nature. Shelley presents two stances: one at the start of the Industrial Revolution and the other when it was already occurring. 
  • If I can build things, I can control life!
  • Shelley uses her novel to express her views on the French Revolution and the treatment of the lower class. She also warns the government against mistreating the masses.
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