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Motivations, Desires, and Conflicts of Shelley’s Characters in Frankenstein

To critically analyze the motivations, desires, conflicts of Shelley’s characters by drawing upon your creative writing skills to re-imagine Frankenstein.

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This article analyzes the motivations, desires, and conflicts of Shelley’s characters in Frankenstein. It explores the themes of the novel and their relevance today. The characters of Victor Frankenstein, the monster, Captain Walton, Henry Clerval, and Elizabeth Lavenza are discussed in detail.
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