Elizabeth and teh monster embodying the missing aspects of the patriarchal society in mary shelleys

Victor frankenstein cannot do scientific research and think lovingly of elizabeth and his family at the same time mary shelley's political attack on a society founded on patriarchy and the unequal distribution of power and possessions is conveyed not only through the manifest injustice of justine's execution and of france's.

In mary shelley's frankenstein, the author characterizes each woman as passive, disposable and serving a utilitarian function female characters like safie, elizabeth, justine, margaret and agatha provide nothing more but a channel of action for the male characters in the novel events and actions happen to them, usually.

Elizabeth and teh monster embodying the missing aspects of the patriarchal society in mary shelleys

In mary shelley's frankenstein, some blatant parallels are made between dr frankenstein's adopted sister, elizabeth, and the monster he created of dr frankenstein, leading to overall destruction and, ultimately demonstrating the dangerous properties of patriarchy, which dr frankenstein embodies.

Elizabeth and teh monster embodying the missing aspects of the patriarchal society in mary shelleys
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