Hello guys!! When reading Frankenstein I realized that there were many passages that I found inspiring and intriguing. Here is a list of a couple passages that I appreciated. I shall satiate my ardent curiosity with the sight of a part of the world never before visited, and may tread a land never before imprinted … Continue reading Favorite Sentences
Hey guys, in this post I will be discussing 3 reasons why the science of cloning might be a good thing and 1 danger that cloning might engender. I would also really like to read your opinion on cloning (whether it may be a good scientific advance or if it may be a dangerous tool … Continue reading Is the Science of Cloning Positive or Negative?
Hey Frankenstein fans, I hope you guys all had a good time trying to answer all the questions from my quiz in my previous post. Here are all the answers to those tricky questions. Elizabeth Lavenza was an orphan and she was raised and cared for by Victor Frankenstein’s family. Later on in the novel, … Continue reading Answers to Quiz
Dear Frankenstein fans, I have created a short and fun quiz to see how well you know your favorite story! Who is Elizabeth Lavenza? When did Marry Shelley write Frankenstein? What basic elements did the Creature have to teach himself? What books did the creature read when he was alone and which book was … Continue reading Quiz Time!
Frankenstein and Prometheus resemble in many ways. There are several different versions of Prometheus, but they all speculate that he was the creator of mankind. One of the stories state that Prometheus would have taught mankind to trick Zeus in falling for meager offerings. When Zeus realized that he was being tricked, he stole fire … Continue reading Frankenstein & Prometheus
The 18th century was the beginning of the British cultural revolution. During this period the middle class increased and consumption rose. In addition, the British cultural revolution promoted education, therefore, more people could read and write. Since a greater portion of the population could read, there was a bigger demand for literature and people were … Continue reading Women During the 18th Century
Mary Shelley was surrounded by powerful family members and they influenced her plentiful. Thus, it is important to briefly know the people who surrounded her in order to understand certain elements in Mary Shelley’s novels. Her father, William Godwin was a popular journalist, political philosopher, and a novelist. His two most popular books are An Enquiry Concerning … Continue reading Marry Shelley’s Entourage