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Reading Response on Frankenstein When reading Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, I found myself having a hard time understanding it. I also found it hard to stay motivated to read it. I was really disturbed by the thought of bring someone back in the way Victor did. As being one of the people who'd lost a loved one, it was hard to imagine them coming back in the way the novel described. I was impressed and …

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…think of to be part of hell. 'The demon' 'the devil' and 'adversary.' In the novel, both master and creature are torn by their internal conflicts from misapplied knowledge and their sense of isolation. I learned from this book that as much as I miss a loved; I should never want them to come back. The unhappiness that comes from this is absurd. It just causes so much more pain, which is not necessary