anonymous
  • anonymous
How do Mary Shelley's allusions to Milton's Paradise Lost in the novel Frankenstein help readers interpret the story? They contrast Victor’s creation with God's creation of man. They suggest a lack of willpower in Victor to create something. They imply that the creature is free from guilt for its actions. They emphasize the creature's inability to survive on its own.
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@BishopPatton @kaitlyn_nicole @Christian_10_
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
A. They contrast Victor’s creation with God's creation of man.
kaitlyn_nicole
  • kaitlyn_nicole
i agree.

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