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Fears of Childbirth and Motherhood in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is widely considered a novel that warnsagainst the dangers of science In the character of Victor Frankenstein Shelley demonstrates how medical and scientific knowledge might be used tocreate a ghastly monster that experiences violent and even murderousimpulses Indeed the reader sees clear evidence of Shelley's fear anddistrust of scientific progress but this is not the only fear that shearticulates within the novel If one considers the period in which Shelleywrote Frankenstein and the circumstances of her own life at
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