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  1. Frankenstein: "Irony is what drives the plot." Discuss.

    His existence thus is ironic as his gentle treatment of the girl is inconsistent and the opposite of his distorted, deathly physical appearance. The creature?s kindness and sacrifice are not acknowledged in lieu of his monstrous appearance, where the companion of the girl ?aimed a gun? at the creature and ?fired?. The vivid picture of the scene painted, where the girl?s companion shot down the creature without hesitation, illustrates how he judged the creature?s character as evil and perceived the creature?s heroic intention as an act of malice instinctively.

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