Comparing Frankenstein To Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Directors nowadays usually create a movie based on a book to simply add and subtract things from the original texts. This simply to show the world their version of things. James Whale in his movie Frankenstein did not stay faithful to Mary Shelley’s book. There were quiet a number of differences in the movie in comparison to the book. The most astonishing difference is the fact that the creature is accepted as a human rather than a monster. This further on led to misnaming the creature as “Frankenstein”. Not only was Frankenstein happy with the outcome of his experiment he further on accepted his creation as a human and not a blasphemes outcome as seen in the book. Furthermore the creation was
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