The Monster in Frankenstein with Regard to Rousseau’s Concept of the “Noble Savage”


Seminar Paper, 2011

14 Pages, Grade: 2,3


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. Rousseau’s Concept of a “Noble Savage”
2.1 Opposite Theory: Thomas Hobbes

3. Frankenstein’s Monster as a “Noble Savage”
3.1 Arguments For Frankenstein’s Monster as a “Noble Savage”
3.2 The Monster’s Transition From a “Noble Savage” Into a Murderer
3.3 Reference to Paradise Lost by John Milton

4. Conclusion

5. List of Sources

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Title
The Monster in Frankenstein with Regard to Rousseau’s Concept of the “Noble Savage”
College
RWTH Aachen University  (Institut für Anglistik)
Course
Proseminar Gothic Literature
Grade
2,3
Author
Year
2011
Pages
14
Catalog Number
V189629
ISBN (eBook)
9783656139799
ISBN (Book)
9783656139591
File size
525 KB
Language
English
Keywords
monster, frankenstein, regard, rousseau’s, concept, noble, savage”, Mary Shelley, Leviathan, Hobbes, Paradise Lost, Milton
Quote paper
Gabriele Grenkowski (Author), 2011, The Monster in Frankenstein with Regard to Rousseau’s Concept of the “Noble Savage”, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/189629

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