Companionhip In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” shows how important support from other is for the quality of life for an individual. Isolating oneself will essentially lead to one path to one’s utter destruction. Lack of support will slowly deteriorate one’s health, and will. Companionship is crucial for any being's prosperity. The love and support is needed to sustain one health and wellness. Victor Frankenstein’s early life had a lot of support around him, and the result his life was at content: “No youth could have passed more happily than mine. My parents were indulgent, and my companion amiable"(66). Support simply removes all worries and hardships: “such was our domestic circle, from which care and pain seem forever banished”(71). That soon all changed

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