Respond to the following prompt:

-Choose a work from the Dark Romantic or Gothic era to discuss. Perform a lit analysis of the work.
This reading should choose a theme that the student plans to discuss. There are many themes, techniques and lit devices.

-Use 7-10 sources, the story is one. These must be from books, databases, or other reliable places.

-This essay should express understanding of analysis, argument formation, MLA format and rules of writing in the course, unique title, no use of personal pronouns, no logical fallacies and careful consideration to follow all rules of essay writing.

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There is a conceit central to Shelley’s Frankenstein: Visceral reactions to the so-called ‘monster’ of the story are presented as given, as natural, and are premised on the idea that, after all, the creature is an unnatural ‘monster’. But, these presumptions serve to make urgent many questions concerning Victor Frankenstein’s reactions to the creature he brought into existence. Also closely related is the question of the strongly moralistic tenor of the horror with which the story’s world beholds Frankenstein’s creation. In an attempt to respond to these questions, this paper argues that moralistic words and modes in Frankenstein are determinative of what the story’s characters do and, thus, determinative of their very characters. This paper’s thesis is that that the essentially moralistic nature of the construction of the characters...

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