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How do you think nature was illustrated in "Frankenstein" of Mary Shelley? In the way of beauty or distressing?

Asked by: Alman
  • Nature in Frankenstein was shown very distressing.

    Despite the fact that in some moments in the book nature was described in poetic way, nature in Frankenstein is shown as dark and horror. From the beginning of book, there are so many deaths, killings, diseases. In the beginning the sister of Victor's father died, his mother died.
    And last, we should not forget the fact that Mary Shelley planned to write the most horror book and she did it.

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