- 页码：第1页 2012-09-26 13:01:35
Frankenstein heralds almost all modern sci-fi whenever the morality and character of the "monster" is concerned. I especially enjoy the part when the fiend was hiding in the village, by way of stealth peeping and eavesdropping attained a virtuous human soul and a filial relationship akin to an unseen foster child. But tragically he was later overcome by resentment at inevitable misunderstandings and misfortune, frenzied by vengeance and fell into a mere murder instrument. His simile is not uncommon amongst people who at trials and tribulations oft forfeit character and hope for impetuous malevolence. Paradise Lost by John Milton certainly foreshadows Frankenstein in style and ideologies as quoted by Mary in the book itself.
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