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His mother and "cousin" both fight the disease; Caroline Beaufort Frankenstein dies, and Elizabeth recovers. Before Caroline dies, she reveals her unrealized plans for the marriage of Victor and Elizabeth by saying, "my firmest hopes of the future happiness were placed on the prospect of your union.
Victor finds it hard to say goodbye to his family and dear friend, but he sets out for Ingolstadt to begin his studies in science. Victor meets his mentors, Professor M. Krempe and Professor M.
Waldman, at the university. He does not like Krempe, but he does find Waldman a much more conducive and congenial teacher. Analysis Victor does not like Krempe or the subject he teaches, modern studies of natural philosophy. Krempe calls Victor's prior studies of alchemists a waste of time by asking him if he has "really spent your time in studying such nonsense?
He also advises Victor to attend the lectures of Professor Waldman in the forthcoming days. Victor's visit with Professor Waldman goes much different. He describes the year-old Waldman as "his person was short but remarkably erect and his voice the sweetest I had ever heard. Perhaps Mary Shelley is trying to tell us a bit about both men's personalities if we translate both names from the German language.
Krempe is the brim of a hat, rather ordinary and mundane; the name sounds like the word "crammed. A "wood" jibes with the Romantic idea of returning to nature or natural things, a good place to revive the spirit and spend time; thus, a man with the name "Waldman" would be a more kind and reviving spirit.
Victor sees this "new" science as the enemy to his "own" preconceived science and vows to prove that the alchemists were right.
He says he felt as though his new teachings were like a "palpable enemy" to be reckoned with, and he pledges to himself to prove his detractors wrong, by saying "more, far more, will I achieve; treading in the steps already marked, I will pioneer a new way, explore unknown powers, and unfold to the world the deepest mysteries of creation.
Here he finds a kindred spirit in his teacher, who does not ridicule his study of Cornelius Agrippa or Paracelsus but instead sees some value in their work.
The contributions of these men are not lost in the body of general scientific knowledge. He encourages Victor to study "every branch of natural philosophy," including mathematics, by stating, "if your application equals your ability, I have no doubt of your success.
At Victor's request, Waldman gives him a reading list, and the two part company. The theme of the Romantic notion that technology is not entirely good enters the novel at this point.
Victor calmly recounts that his time was well spent and a portent of his future fate, by saying "Thus ended a day memorable to me; it decided my future destiny.May 1, English IV -8TH Prompt 30 Mary Shelley in her Gothic novel Frankenstein introduces us to the ultimate betrayal between Victor Frankenstein, a mad scientist, and the characters throughout the novel.
Shelley exhibits the theme of betrayal throughout . After being taken down twice by Blogger within a single week, we got the message: It’s Time To Go. Gates of Vienna has moved to a new address. Frankenstein criticism essay Most readers of Frankenstein extract the obvious theme of good vs, evil in Mary Shelley’s novel, however; others find societies corruption and the .
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