I’ve heard that Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein can be considered an environmental novel—how so?



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    Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is an allegory for the unchecked forces of the industrial revolution, and a warning against tampering with forces beyond our understanding. It’s easy to see how the monster metaphor could be expanded to apply to some of the effects of industrialization that have gotten out of control, such as pollution.

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