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Each response should be AT LEAST A PARAGRAPH.
Responses should be typed and edited.
Responses should address ALL components of the essay question/prompt.
Each response should be backed up with evidence/support from the stories/films in
Each response should reflect the individual and original work of the writer creating it.
There’re a few stories we should write about “Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, The Judgment by Franz Kafka, The Case of Fair Tale, The Maus”
Here I list some useful links
case of fairy tale http://midwayreview.uchicago.edu/a/9/2/qian/qian.p…
The Judgment https://web.usd475.org/school/jchs/staff/artley/Si…
The questions we should get responses to are :
1. Dr. Frankenstein finds himself unable to “mother” the being he creates. Why does
Shelley characterize Victor in this way? What does this choice say about the role of
women during Shelley’s era? Discuss the significance of parent-child relationships and
birth references throughout the novel.
2. As we learned, fairy tale fathers fall into one of the following: 1) absent or dead 2)
subservient to an evil mother or stepmother 3) self-serving and malicious. Using one of
the fairy tales that we have read/watched this semester, explain how fathers operate in
fairy tales and what it means to the overall message of the story. (How does this connect
to the idea that we are not bound by our past or out origins, but can overcome even the
3. Who or what, from the real world, is Kafka criticizing in “The Judgment”? His father?
Family values? Capitalism? Himself? It is some combination of things? Be sure to
explain your answer in detail.
4. Although there are many qualities about Vladek that are condemned in
Maus, the graphic novel is ultimately an empathetic telling of his life. Discuss.
The patriarchal society of Frankenstein is one in which men pursue their
goals against hopeless odds. In light of this work ethic, is Robert Walton a failure when
he turns his ship around at the end of the novel? How would Victor Frankenstein answer
this question? What would Mary Shelley say? What do you think?
The responses should be brief and should match the requirements.