Perceived Evil in Frankenstein

Mary_and_Percy_Shelley._Engraving_by_George_Stodart_after_monument_by_Henry_WeekesI am a huge fan of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and felt that a great deal of her history contributed to the writing of that novel.  It is my belief that every author has a unique perspective. When shared, it collectively teaches the reader about experiences that they may not ever have in their own lifetime. It is because of this belief that I felt research on Mary Shelley and her possible reasons for writing this Gothic horror should be explored and analyzed.

Perceived Evil in Frankenstein _ Smekofske