Frankenstein Movie Essay

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Frankenstein
By: Martin Rodriguez, Minerva Aceves
Jennifer Santos, Ana Mendez
Santiago Robles

What are the characteristics of a tragic hero?

A tragic hero is a character of noble stature and has greatness. She/he must have a "high" status position as well as exemplify nobility and virtue as part of his/her innate character.

What is a tragic flaw?
A tragic flaw is a trait in the character leading to his downfall and most of the time the character is usually the hero of the story.

Litterary devices
Allegory - a picture that can be interpreted as something

Irony- an expression of ones meaning that signifies the opposite
Hyperbole-extreme exagerated statement
Personification-giving nonhumans human like charecteristics
Imagery-text used to bring pictures come to mind
Metaphor -comparing two things using like or as
Simile-comparing two things using like
Dialect-particular form of language

Foreshadowing
Foreshadowing is a warning or indication of the future either its bad or good.
We used foreshadowing when Henry hands Victoria the letter, telling her about her brother Williams unfortunate death. Symbolism
Symbolism is the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities somthing.
We used symbolism when Victoria goes to
Justines funeral. The flowers seen in the scene are representing the love they had for Justine.

Dramaturge

Scene index

My friend’s letter

My friend’s jury

My friend got framed

My creature is a murderer

My dad comes into town

My friend justine is dead

Romantic vs. Modern
It was embodied mostly in the visual arts, music, and literature, but had a major impact on historiography education and the natural sciences.
The movement validated intense emotion as an authentic source of aesthetic experience, placing new emphasis on emotions like apprehension, horror and terror.
“Romantics” were distrustful of the human world, and tended to believe that a close connection with nature was mentally and morally healthy.

In modern literature the individual is more interesting than society. Specifically writers are fascinated with how the individual adapts to the changing world.
Technology serves a great purpose in day daily modern life. Most of the population owns technology devices. Education is used to pass down the values and morals and beliefs of the modern era as well as provide access to reading writing mathematics and art to enhance the enjoyment of modern education. Timeline
1818: The novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is published. The novel is an example of a Gothic work that was created out of the elements of Romanticism.
1819: Don Juan by George Gordon Byron is published
1820: Ode to the West Wind a masterpiece written by Percy Bysshe Shelley is published.
1822: Percy Bysshe Shelley drowns in a boating accident at the age of thirty
1832: John Clare’s poem Remembrance is published.
1835: Evening a poem by John clare is published
1837:Queen Victoria takes the throne of the United Kingdom. The beginning of her reign sees decline of the Romantic era.
1850: William Wordsworth entitled The Prelude is published
1851: Mary Shelley dies in London.
1864: Poet John clare dies.

Adaptations apparel worn

living accommodations

buildings

methods of transportation

make-up

Costume designer

costume clothing hollister co.

H&M

forever 21

Character clothing:
Ernest and victor- plain classy shirts not too fancy since its a regular day in modern time for guys
Elizabeth- is a beautiful women which is why she wears beautiful hair and flawless makeup not to mention her dress fits perfectly to go with beautiful personality
Victoria -dresses fashionable but important since being the main character elegant scarves and jackets
Justine -simple dresses define her personality because she is a less important character next to elizabeth

Romantic:

Present day:


ROMANTIC CLOTHING WAS MUCH
MORE FANCY AND WAS WORN ON A
DAILY BASIS. VICTOR AND ELIZABETH
WOULD HAVE WORN SOMETHING
LIKE THIS.

PRESENT DAY CONSISTS OF…