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ENGL 246 Lecture 1: May 3-Frankenstein

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Summer 2016

Department
English
Course Code
ENGL 246
Professor
Mark Rozahegy
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May 3, 2016
Science Fiction Notes
Frankenstein
Technê to technology
Technê: craftsmanship/ craftsman
Technology is modern term, we don’t know what it means
Heidegger refers to 18th century
He talks of making towards ordering
Fundamental change occurs in the west regarding technê
Technology: refers to industrial revolution/ rise of physics
Frame=embedding, multiple narratives and points of view that are all embedded within one
another
First frame: Walton’s letters to his sisters
Then he meets victor and he agrees to tell his story and does it in first person
Then there is frame of monster
Outer frame: Shelley’s introduction
Letters are embedded in this
We end with Walton
There is an ordering in this, it is a framed text
Walton is parallel to victor, both have raw ambition
Victor possibly sees his younger self in Walton
What’s important about Walton is that he listens
The relationships of Walton to victor and victor to monster parallel each other
Walton is a poet and an explorer
Letter 2
Walton is between technê and technology
He is a poet and an explorer
He can reveal through art, not just as an explorer
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May 3, 2016 Science Fiction Notes Frankenstein Techn to technology Techn: craftsmanship craftsman Technology is modern term, we dont know what it means Heidegger refers to 18 century He talks of making towards ordering Fundamental change occurs in the west regarding techn Technology: refers to industrial revolution rise of physics Frame=embedding, multiple narratives and points of view that are all embedded within one another First frame: Waltons letters to his sisters Then he meets victor and he agrees to tell his story and does it in first person Then there is frame of monster Outer frame: Shelleys introduction Letters are embedded in this We end with Walton There is an ordering in this, it is a framed text Walton is parallel to victor, both have raw ambition Victor possibly sees his younger self in Walton Whats important about Walton is that he listens The relationships of Walton to victor and victor to monster parallel each other Walton is a poet and an explorer Letter 2 Walton is between techn and technology He is a poet and an explorer He can reveal through art, not just as an explorer
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