Frankenstein Critical quotes

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Punter: The creature's desire for companionship is...
one of his most human qualities
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Punter: Frankenstein registers anxieties about scientific progress...
unaccompanied by social conscience
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Punter: Frankenstein's main sin is not his act of creation, but...
his failure to take responsibility for what he produces
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Botting: The fact that the 'foreign' could exist in the reader's own neighbourhood...
made it all the more frightening
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Hindel: Victor Frankenstein is a...
typical Gothic hero/villain
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Williams: The boundaries between the human and the monster...
remain problematically blurred
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Smith: Henry and Elizabeth both embody...
patience, clarity and self-control
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Shelley: Henry's imagination was chastened by...
the sensibility of his heart
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unaccompanied by social conscience

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Punter: Frankenstein registers anxieties about scientific progress...

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his failure to take responsibility for what he produces

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made it all the more frightening

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typical Gothic hero/villain

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