Frankenstein's Ill Fated Life
In both publications of Frankenstein whether it was the movie or the novel, we see
Frankensteinís ill fated life. For a man who is extremely intelligent, he just canít shake off
his bad fate. The reason I decided to select Frankensteinís ill-fated life had a lot to do
with the differences between the book and the movie. The plot was entirely different
between the two but one thing
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plans to make a
creation, Frankenstein lost his loved ones and never got the chance to live a life full of
flourished goals and dreams. Rather a life of torture and self-destruction.
Frankenstein is loosely based on the novel by Mary Shelley. Gone are a number of key
elements of the written work: the endless arctic chase, the concept of a speaking monster,
the friendship with the blind man, and the creature's desire for companionship.