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Frankenstein creative writing. A Recount of Victor Frankenstein from Professor Waldmans Perspective

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Introduction

The Clashes of Romance and Enlightenment A Recount of Victor Frankenstein from Professor Waldman's Perspective This refulgent morning, fervour memories of the past washed over me like a soothing breeze, when this familiar student strutted before my eyes. I pondered to myself, is he still the same curious boy? At first sight, I did not recognise this young man, whom attended my lecture. But whilst he was with me, I could see through his dauntless eyes that he was a passionate young man, his countenance displayed an infallible guarantee to the future disciple of science. As soon as the lecture had terminated, the young man approached me and requested my advice concerning the books he ought to procure. ...read more.

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The reason behind the science day for kids was so his son, Victor, could experience science at a young age. Victor Frankenstein's first step, first look, first presence enlightened the laboratory, as if God sent himself to Earth in a human form. During the kids science day, I paid special attention to Victor and welcomed him into the world of science, not to mention he was fascinated already and knew more knowledge than any other child I have ever met. Seeing his smile after a successful experiment made all troubles melt away like marshmallows. At the end of the day, his father came to pick him up and thanked me for hosting the day. I was overwhelmed, to think that a famous person like himself thanked me. ...read more.

Conclusion

Why do I see nightmares of a diabolical chimera on the verge of murdering me? And why do I see Victor Frankenstein in these dreadful dreams? What could they mean? Of course I don't believe he is showing affectation but could that be because I am thinking too palpably? No, no, that's not possible, he is the son of Alphonse Frankenstein, the man I owe a great deal to and highly respect. It would be ignominious to him if I doubt Victor and show discernment to him just because of some bad dream that I have been shown by the celestial Gods, there is just no proof. I shall raise Victor Frankenstein into a world famous scientist so that his name will even reach the heavens. You will see... ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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