us to the ultimate betrayal between Victor Frankenstein, a mad scientist, and the characters throughout the novel. The tragic vision of Frankenstein is far greater as a result of the divine lightning, as Northrop Frye calls it, since there are purely innocent victims. Frankenstein is a Gothic novel published in 1818. In his first letter Walton talks about his expedition and how it has been his favourite dream of my early years, emphasizing the fact that it has been a lifelong desire for him and finally he is getting the chance to pursue.
Furthermore, this undeserved suffering due to the book critic physical neglect Victor pays her as a result of his egotistic manner is further emphasised in Danny Boyles interpretation of Shelleys novel. How does Scotts Bladerunner reveal a new response to the values in Shelleys Frankenstein? Here, the notions of class and gender intertwine, forcing Justine to live a life bound by societal expectations- which contributes to her tragic fate. William, Justine, Clerval and Elizabeth all die at the hand of Victors creation. Not unlike the men in Shelleys. When Frankenstein creates the monster the immediate effect is his disappointment and exhaustion.