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Philosophy in Lit.-Jan.31 Frankenstein

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHILOS 1C03
Professor
Brigitte Sassen
Semester
Winter

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January 31 FrankensteinMary Shelley Born 1797to Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin 1814 elopes with Percy Shelley 1817 completes Frankenstein dies in 1851Frankenstein is the modern Prometheuslimit on knowledge giving to much information to lesser beingsStructure o Preface o Waltons first narrative o Frankensteins first narrative o Creatures narrative creature through Frankenstein through Walton o Frankensteins second narrative o Waltons second narrative framework for the storyEntirely on the basis of memory or notes Walton made during Frankensteins recount Waltons first narrative o Key concepts themes and distinctionsDiscoveryIsolation o Key contrastsWaltonFrankenstein y Isolated th
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