History WMG / Frankenstein

22nd Jul '17 7:02:52 PM HelloLamppost
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* This becomes canon in ''Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld,'' since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.

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* This becomes canon in the Japanese ''Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld,'' since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.
22nd Jul '17 7:02:43 PM HelloLamppost
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* This becomes canon in ''Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld, since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.

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* This becomes canon in ''Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld, ''Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld,'' since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.
22nd Jul '17 7:02:31 PM HelloLamppost
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* This is canon in the Japanese Frankenstein films, since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.

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* This is becomes canon in the Japanese Frankenstein films, ''Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld, since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.
22nd Jul '17 7:01:19 PM HelloLamppost
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* This is canon in the Japanese Frankenstein films, since he regenerates from his disembodied heart.
2nd Feb '17 6:02:31 PM Sharlee
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* He couldn't have killed William, he was still recovering from his long illness under Henry's care when the letter about his brother's death arrived.

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* He Victor couldn't have killed William, he was still recovering from his long illness under Henry's Clerval's care when the letter about his brother's death arrived.
2nd Feb '17 6:00:44 PM Sharlee
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* He couldn't have killed William, he was still recovering from his long illness under Henry's care when the letter about his brother's death arrived.
30th May '16 1:02:41 PM Neelh
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[[WMG: Victor Frankenstein had bipolar disorder]]
Bipolar disorder can sometimes start in response to a sudden change in one's life, and the death of Frankenstein's mother followed by his leaving to college so soon after, which therefore removed him from the support that his family could have provided, may have triggered the beginning of his disorder. As he builds the creature, he displays typical symptoms of a manic phase, such as not sleeping, being reckless with his knowledge, and lacking attention, such as in his building of the creature as evidenced in how he overlooks detail in its limbs. He then shows many signs of depressive phases afterwards, such as his suicidal thoughts, lack of energy, and withdrawal from socialising and hobbies.
5th Dec '14 5:29:41 AM LitleWiggle
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** Considering that The Monster himself is an allegory for Shelley's own stillbirth, it could be a metaphor for considering having another child, but deciding not to risk that pain again. Or it could be reaffirming the Aesop of not playing God.
23rd May '14 6:00:11 AM MsPandaRosa
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The Monster admits that it has been living off of nuts and berries, and implies that it does not eat meat. It also has been living in ice caves and other inhospitable regions. Maybe if it got some sunlight, good food, and a warm lace to sleep it could become just as good looking as Frankenstein intended.
* It's eyes ([[UncannyValley the most hideous part of it]]) would still be the same, though.

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The Monster admits that it has been living off of nuts and berries, and implies that it does not eat meat. It also has been living in ice caves and other inhospitable regions. Maybe if it got some sunlight, good food, and a warm lace place to sleep it could become just as good looking as Frankenstein intended.
* It's Its eyes ([[UncannyValley the most hideous part of it]]) would still be the same, though.
29th Jan '14 1:11:25 AM dvorak
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* It's eyes ([[UncannyValley the most hideous part of it]]) would still be the same, though.
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