Biblical Symbolism In Frankenstein

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Frankenstein contains biblical symbolism, the story of creation. The monster in Frankenstein is able to form his own way of how to behave through the behavior he views from others. In the early stage of the monsters life he has trouble comprehending human life and what it means to be a human. In the story we find out that the monster believes in himself and says he is worthy of emotions and physical feelings and experiences that all humans go through. By the end of the story Mary Shelley finishes off telling the readers that eliminating God in your life and not putting him first will help you develop better morals and spiritual aspects that will help you achieve.throughout the novel, the monster chooses good instead of letting evil corrupt…show more content…
He calls his invention "useless", therefore doesn't believe in his own creation. "I thank you," he replied, "for your sympathy, but it is useless; my fate is nearly fulfilled. I wait but for one event, and then I shall repose in peace."(Letter 4 page 38) Victor creates his creature because he wants to relive the dead and test his theories to advance in his science knowledge. Later on Victor learns that using science to repeat the role of God will lead to unpleasant consequences. Victor grew up with an interest in science, therefore as he got older he got in depth with it and he experienced death of loved ones, which made him wonder if he can relive the dead. Victor says “Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my imagination; but by some fatality the overthrow of these men disinclined me to pursue my accustomed studies."(Victor 64) there were other alchemist trying to accomplish the same theory that Victor attempted and he was amazed. He concluded that all the mistakes they made helped him to achieve his goal and to go more in depth and he was able to finish his studies and accomplish his

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