Which aspect of mary shelley's frankenstein most clearly indicates that romanticism influenced the story? a. frankenstein compares his home life of nature, books, and love to his madness. b. natural philosophy is what drives frankenstein's fate and future. c. frankenstein finds relief from his torment in natural settings. d. frankenstein is undisturbed by reality as he seeks to discover the secret of life.
"Frankenstein looks upon his monstrous creation with horror and disgust."
C. Frankenstein finds relief from his torment in natural settings.
In the novel “Frankenstein,” P.B.Shelly focuses on the importance of nature in a person’s life. Her view presented the idea that the time when the technological advancements leaves an individual alone and solitary, nature always has the power to call the humanity back to life. Because of his huge body and inclination towards science, Frankenstein felt neglected by the society. Down the Rhine River in Germany in the mountains of Switzerland, he attains great pleasure and solitude which refreshed his mind and soul. In those mountains he achieved great freshness and peace which was an impossible in the busy city life.