3 Reasons Why Nature is Important in Frankenstein

As it can be observed by reading Frankenstein, the author gives special attention to details concerning nature in her novel. Indeed, the physical setting of the story is well-described because nature plays important roles in the understanding and symbolism of the story. Essentially, the importance of nature can be discussed in three points: (Watch out,…

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Pictures of the Top 10 Locations in Frankenstein

Here are pictures corresponding to the top 10 locations in Frankenstein. I hope it will help you visualise the story and even maybe make you want to travel around Europe! Northern Pole / Arctic Sea 2. Geneva (Switzerland) Geneva around 1850 Swiss landscape 3. Ingolstadt (Germany) (The DeLacey cottage is also in Germany) City of…

University of Ingolstadt

Mary Shelley took use of the University of Ingolstadt, a University located in southern Germany, for the setting of Victor Frankenstein’s studies and the creation of his creature. Even though Frankenstein may only be a fictional student, the University of Ingolstadt is an actual school that has existed for several years. Indeed, the University of…