1. What do you think is the author's main point What is he/she driving at Explain how you arrived at this supposition/what led you to believe that this is (or might be) the main point For Frankenstein: summarize this section to read.
Based on the first volume of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, I believe that the author's main point is that man, no matter how he toils, can never achieve desired perfection.
His obsession with the life principle through generation of life out of assembled body parts of the dead has led him to his ultimate demise.
This is evident with Frankenstein's reaction towards his creation, which turned out to be an abominable creature. He thought that achieving his purpose of "artificially" creating life would bring him utmost contentment, however, the outcome has brought to him much fear because he believed he had instead created a monster. As Frankenstein narrates his life, the author gives away bits and pieces which relates to what would ultimately become of the main character.
2. Do you agree or disagree with the author's main point Why or why not For Frankenstein: What are your reflections and thoughts on this particular section Use at least two quotes from this section to support your reaction.
In view of the things happening in real life, I agree with the author's main point. Just look at how man has devised ways and means in order to be god-like. We have created multiple killing machines to inflict harm on others just so they would yield to our desires. We have discovered how to replicate the DNA and perform cloning in the guise of improving one's genes. ...