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Frankenstein examines the relationship between nature and man, and how to create life.

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Question: What role does nature play in Frankenstein

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? Nature plays a major role in Frankenstein, often serving as a symbol of comfort and solace for Victor and his creation. Nature is often used as an escape from the horrors that Victor and the Monster encounter, such as when Victor takes a break from his journey to the North Pole and finds solace in the beauty of the Alps or when the Monster takes refuge in the forests of Germany. Nature is also used as a symbol of opposition, as Victor and the Monster’s destructive impulses and ambitions stand in stark contrast to the natural beauty that surrounds them. Nature is ultimately a source of power in the novel, as Victor and the Monster both realize that it is only in nature that they can find peace and redemption.

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Jan. 18, 2023, 6:01 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 18, 2023