"Frankenstein" by Mary Shelly.
" To be truly happy, one must first become content with their place in the world"
Frankenstein is a story about a man whose life was nearly perfect, but in selfishness, he longed for powers a man should never possess. The book in a sense is a cautionary tale, warning against the dangers of being unsatisfied with your place in the world. To exemplify this, Mary Shelley created the characters of Victor, Walton, and the creature to each, in some way, portray the roles of Satan, God and Adam.
Most people see God as a creator. He created heaven, earth, man, and life. It is evid…
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