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Archive for September, 2011

I have found Neuromancer to be a confusing book to read. Besides the plot not making much sense to me until after reading chapters 5-6, what really got me confused was the use of certain words in the world of Neuromancer. To me, word use is pretty important as they can give you a sense […]

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Knowing the Unknown

After reading Who Goes There by John Cambell, I found a few quotes said by the character Blair (the biologist) that stood out for me: “And just because it looks unlike men, you don’t have to accuse it of being evil or vicious or something. “Just because its nature is different, you haven’t any right […]

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The Relationship of Victor and His Creation

Victor and the Creature had a tumultuous relationship throughout the book of Frankenstein. At the start of the book, Victor, despite all the focus and effort he put into creating the Creature, becomes disgusted by the Creature’s looks and hates him without knowing much about him. The Creature, who soon learns why Victor and other […]

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Why is Victor Afraid of His Own Creation

After reading Part One of the book “Frankenstein”, I have come to wonder why Victor Frankenstein becomes afraid of his own creation. If I were to create something, whether it is art, a recipe, or anything, I’d be proud of my accomplishment, even if it didn’t come out exactly as I planned. There has to […]

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