While reading Frankenstein, I wondered what the outcome of the story would be if Victor did not fall ill and die. Would Victor and his creation, the monster, ever reconcile? Maybe there is hope that they could make up for the monster and Victors sins. Or did what the monster do, and his killing spree,… Read more Frankenstein, What if Victor did not Die?
There are many symbols throughout Jane Eyre. The first and most obvious, being, the red room. This is a symbol for Jane being trapped throughout the novel, both physically, and metaphorically. Another symbol, I found on the internet, is the symbol of fire and ice. Fire symbolizes emotion throughout the novel. “Mr. Rochester has a… Read more Metaphors and Symbols in Jane Eyre
Frankenstein’s monster was very troubled. He was mistreated due to his looks and had issues from abandonment by his creator. The monster committed horrible acts throughout the novel. But I wonder, does the monster have any redeeming qualities? I believe that throughout the book he has shown some acts of redeeming qualities. Such as kindness… Read more Does the Monster in Frankenstein Have Redeemable Qualities?
Overall, I did enjoy reading Jane Eyre. However, it wasn’t my favorite piece of literature from this class. While it was a good read with lots of twists and turns, I feel that there are other books I would recommend to a friend over Jane Eyre. For example, I would recommend that someone read Frankenstein.… Read more Would I recommend Jane Eyre?
My whole life has been filled with loneliness. It has been a dreaded life at that. Loneliness is such an abstract idea. My own creator, the closest thing to family I will ever have, wants nothing to do with me. How could I blame him? I am a monster after all. Oh, how I long… Read more Frankenstein, Alternative Ending
Jane Eyre, an orphan, is being raised by her aunt, Mrs.Reed. Jane’s aunt is a cruel woman who mistreats Jane. Jane’s uncle, her aunts husband, has passed away. One day, Mrs.Reed punishes Jane for fighting with her cousin. As punishment she imprisons Jane in the red room. This is the room where Janes uncle passed… Read more The Red Room in Jane Eyre
Wow! This book was a crazy read, one that I totally enjoyed. The ending of this book took me by surprise as I was not expecting Jane to end up with Rochester. Jane writes that her years married to Rochester were blissful but I wonder if that really is the case. The story would have… Read more Jane Eyre, The Ending
Frankenstein has two “main characters.” Dr. Victor Frankenstein and our Monster are the main leads of the book. While reading Frankenstein it is evident that the monster is not inherently good. He has done many bad things throughout the book. Calling him a monster may be a fair title. However, I am compelled to ask… Read more Frankenstein, Who Is The Real Monster?
I have just finished the book today. It was such a good read! There were many unexpected twists and turns throughout it. In this blog post I want to focus on the very first few chapters of the book. This is because after finishing a book I often find myself going back and rereading the… Read more Jane Eyre Blog Post, The Early Chapters
Frankenstein was a very interesting read. I have read it before in a class my freshmen year of college. I enjoyed this book even more the second time around. It has been interesting to read others thoughts on Frankenstein and their ideas and questions about the book. I myself have thought of a couple of… Read more Frankenstein blog post