The Legacy of Frankenstein

What do you think the most important ingredients for a successful Frankenstein story are, and which films, books, stories, and TV shows are best at creating one? Is it a good mad scientist, a sympathetic monster, an interest in philosophical questions, social criticism, an interest in bioethics, something else? In this essay, you must use any (at least three) of the following texts to support your argument: Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells, Frankenstein(1931) film, Tne Bride of Frankenstein(1935) film, R.U.R. by Karel Capek, Blade Runner(1982) film by Ridley Scott, or Destroyer by Victor LaValle. Be sure to summarize and analyze multiple examples from the texts or films to support your claims.

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