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Hero's Journey: Frankenstein
Transcript of Hero's Journey: Frankenstein
Victor promises to destroy the monster. Departure Status Quo Call to Adventure Frankenstein is lured by knowledge and the
pursuit of further studies. Man vs. Self The monster kills himself from immense guilt, and the secret of giving life to the non-living is no longer in the hands of humans. Journey: Frankenstein by Poonam Gupta
Anushree Sreedhar Creature and Frankenstein meet in the mountains, and creature relays his life story thus far Crisis Approach Professor Waldman sees potential in Frankenstein and urges him to pursue natural philosophy and chemistry. Frankenstein becomes a solitary and obsessive character who
ignores his family
and health. Frankenstein delves into darkness when he begins to work on the monster. Treasure Result New Life Robert Walton follows Victor's advice and warning against the pursuit for knowledge and glory.
Robert returns home. The creature's frame story reveals a lonely and misunderstood character Victor has an epiphany, realizing that he has made a mistake by abandoning the monster. Victor regrets giving life to the monster and vows not to reveal the secret of giving life to anyone. RETURN Frankenstein longs for compassion and companions he cannot have The works of Agrippa stimulate
his desire for glory, specifically one that he would experience if he were to find the elixir of life. Frankenstein destroys the half-finished female companion, and the.... T
S -William and Justine die because of his creation, leaving Frankenstein filled with guilt Assistance -Frankenstein ambitiously creates the monster... Frankenstein is conflicted about whether he should make a female counterpart for the monster Because his entire family died, Victor leaves Geneva in an attempt to pursue the monster. ...says, "I will be with you on your wedding night,"to Victor. ...yet he draws back in fear and flees when the creature opens up his yellow eyes The monster leaves clues and messages that guide Victor, who follows the monster into the cold ice and snow of the North. Victor boards the ship when he is told that the crew is heading North. Before Victor dies from fatigue, he tells Walton his story "How dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge and how much happier that man is who believes his native town to be the world..." Was I then a monster, a blot upon the earth, from which all men fled, and whom all men disowned?