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Frankenstein. I think Mary decided to write Frankenstein because of all the things that had happened to her (everyone died). Also that she would like to bring someone back to life from her family.

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Mary Shelley was born in 1797; she was the only child of Mary Woolstonecraft and William Godwin. Her mother was a feminist and her father was a famous philosopher; her mother died when she was very young. When Mary was 16 she decided to run away and live with Percy Shelley even though her father never forgave her. She decided to write Frankenstein when she was only 19. When she was 24 Percy drowned leaving her penniless. Mary died of a brain tumour in 1851. I think Mary decided to write Frankenstein because of all the things that had happened to her (everyone died). Also that she would like to bring someone back to life from her family. ...read more.

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He got body parts from the graves in the church yard. He use's electricity to bring the dead person back to life. As soon as Victor creates this creature he feels as if it is better than man. When the creature is first alive he cannot even stand or even eat any food because he doesn't even know how. Victor is filled with regret as soon as he sees this creature and he decides to call it a monster. The monster feels victimised because of the way he has been treated. When the monster realised he was not like everyone else he decided to go and find his creator victor. ...read more.

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We also find out exactly how he feels when he is first alive. The story is not told in the right order. This allows the reader to go back and understand why the monster turns out so evil. Mary Shelly uses a variety of language to make us feel sympathy for the monster, for example victor refers to the creature as a monster I feel that this would make the monster feel heart broken. Victor also calls him evil which would also make you sad. I feel sorry for both Victor and the monster because he has no one loves him which would make me upset. I also feel sorry for the monster because everyone is horrible to him. I feel sorry for Victor because the monster goes around killing all of his family. ?? ?? ?? ?? Coursework Ben Hodgson ...read more.

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