This chapter investigates major themes and motifs in Frankenstein. Clearly, nature is one of these: the grandeur of nature plays a major role in creating the ambience of the tale; and Victor’s search for the ‘hidden laws of nature’ initiates the story’s horrors. We will begin by looking at three short extracts in which nature seems to exert an influence.
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