Essay on how the author of Frankenstein illustrates the sublimity of nature, Victor's feelings at meeting the monster and how the author portrays the monsters attitude and feelings in Volume II, Chapter II
Mary Shelly displays the abnormality and strangeness of the monster in several ways. In her description of Victor's encounter with the monster it is said that the monster advances towards Victor at a "superhuman speed". The word "superhuman" evidently suggests that the
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gothic genre. It is these thoughts, feelings and descriptions that have influenced many of the horror films that we watch today.
The author cleverly and extremely capably creates a twisted and unnatural atmosphere. The author also chooses what she wants us to think, her descriptions illustrate the monster and we are shown quite a one-sided story of the events. This all helps in displaying the tense mood in Volume II, Chapter II.
By James Hilsdon