Frankenstein and his Creature

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  • 'A bond exists between the two, one so strong, in fact, that in our modern society the name 'Frankenstein has come to represent them both'
    • Romantic nature
      • 'awful and majestic in nature'
      • 'the bright moon, and I fixed my eyes on that with pleasure'
      • 'sublime and magnificent scenes afforded me the greatest consolation'
      • 'maternal Nature bade me weep no more'
      • 'the boundaries of the radiant roof of light which canopied me'
    • Language
      • 'I was benevolent'
      • 'my father's smile of benevolent pleasure'
      • 'before misfortune had tainted my mind'
      • 'darkness then came over me'
      • 'I saw the figure of a man at a distance'
      • 'I suddenly beheld the figure of a man'
      • 'the spark which I so negligently bestowed'
      • 'how dare you sport thus with life'
    • Pessimistic attitude
      • 'vile insect!'
      • 'tempted to plunge into the silent lake'
      • 'my abhorrence of this fiend'
      • 'I am rather the fallen angel'
      • 'I was a poor, helpless, miserable wretch'
    • Melodramatic tone
      • 'oh, horrors!'
      • 'you have made me wretched beyond expression'
      • 'a hell of intense tortures'
      • 'how dare you sport thus with life'
      • 'satiated with the blood of your remaining friends'

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