The romantic genre played a significant role in the perception as in Frankenstein, the religious awe of nature is evident in Victor’s metaphorical desire for “the secrets of heaven and earth” through the study of natural science.In greatest achievement, Victors encroachment on this power was regarded as a blasphamy, as metaphorically “the cup of life was poisoned forever”.The intimidating black-and white costuming of Pris is subversive of the traditionally docile associations with women, the hovering shadow from the lighting signifying her as a potential threat.
The romantic genre played a significant role in the perception as in Frankenstein, the religious awe of nature is evident in Victor’s metaphorical desire for “the secrets of heaven and earth” through the study of natural science.In greatest achievement, Victors encroachment on this power was regarded as a blasphamy, as metaphorically “the cup of life was poisoned forever”.
“Frankenstein” serves as a warning to humanity to not easily tinker with God’s powers, the consequence that befalls Victor through his failure to take responsibility for his creation is exemplified by the eye motif which signifies his guilt.
In religious thought, eyes are the windows to the soul, in close up of eyes in the “Voight-Kampff” test for replicants reinforce their importance.
You need to mention who they resonate with – that is – us as an audience. Try to stick to the same keywords that you use in your topic sentence.
It might sound like you are repeating yourself but it does make what you write clearer.
I think you also need to make a clearer definition about traditional and second wave feminist values, and make a critical assessment of their importance to both texts) Christianity has been a consistent force in influencing societal values in the western world .
The changing perception of Christianity in the Unitarian world of the 1800s saw a paradigmatic shift in values, from the worship of in church to nature.
The megalomania of Victor is matched by Tyrell in “Blade Runner”, who runs a corporation that produces human “replicants” which are designed to be ironically, “more human than human” ,with greater strength and intellect, paralleling the value of a significant human issue, as Victor’s growing obsession with his project, exemplified by the repetition in “one thought, one conception, one purpose”, isolates him from reality.
The juxtaposition in his reaction “it became a thing such as even Dante could not have conceived” when the monster is conceived, to his initial joy, reveals his failure to anticipate the consequence of his action. ” when the replicant, Roy, confronts Tyrell about his shorter programmed life-span, shows Tyrells parallel failure in taking responsibility for his scientific creations.
The critical concerns of humanity transcend context, through synergism of two texts we can glean the ways in which these issues resonate in time.
The 1800s Gothic and science-fiction novel “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley was the pioneer of it is genre, wave feminism and increasing religious secularity.