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The characters in the novel reflect the struggle against societal control. The monster, in particular, is an outcast from society, and the reader is able to empathize with his subsequent rage at being ostracized. Nature and science, opposing forces during this time period, are important themes shaping the novel.
Some literary critics suggest that nature and physiology, specifically anatomy and reproduction, are linked in literature.
Irregularities in the human standard were therefore viewed as unacceptable by society, and through an innate reaction, these differences were rejected. Shelley employs many stylistic techniques in Frankenstein.
In addition, Shelley uses dialogue to provide the thoughts of other characters, such as the monster. Also evident are characteristics of gothic horror, including a foreboding setting, violent and mysterious events, and a decaying society.
Elaborating on this theory, psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan adds a pre-Oedipal stage, in which young children learn language through nonverbal communication. This theme demonstrates the balance of the conscious and unconscious aspects of human behavior.
For example, during a conversation with Victor, Walton denounces his lack of formal education, demonstrating his lack of a friend or formal teacher to lead him to enlightenment. As the novel received increased critical attention, evaluations started to focus on its storyline and characters as a reflection of the author.
Frankenstein has been further critiqued through the lens of gender. In the novel, the feminine is not central; rather, the novel features characters who have both masculine and feminine qualities.
Furthermore, relationships between women figure in the novel, namely the relationship between Justine and Elizabeth. When Justine faces execution, the two establish a bond that begins during a brief conversation about their shared experiences.
Frankenstein revolutionized the genres of gothic literature, science fiction, and horror stories, and elevated the status of the Romantic artist. In the last decades of the twentieth century, this work reached a new status in critical evaluation. It remains an undisputed fictional masterpiece.Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein is a critique of the romantic ideology from it's time.
Even though there are elements of a celebration to be found within the text, ultimately the criticisms contained in the novel far outweigh the celebratory points thus sending the message across that the novel is a criticism/5(11). While I do not intend to contest the value of Mary Shelley's critique of a "Romantic ideology" promoting an original and autonomous creative self, I do want to demonstrate that the ideology critics like Hansen posit for the novel is still recognizably a Romantic one.
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