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Why is Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein considered a work of science fiction when it is a representative work of the gothic genre @timo619

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    .Many scientific theories that are mentioned in the novel have been applied in real life. The novel suggests that technology can create a living creature from a dead body. The novel is about a government trying to create and control artificial humans. The novel is based on scientific theories prevalent at the time of its writing. The novel suggests that humans must learn to coexist with monsters they may create.

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