Essay 2: Frankenstein Mary Shelley Frankenstein DUE: Wednesday, May 4, BY 11:00 pm. Read Parts 2 and 3 in your textbook Composition and Grammar by HCC for HCC for help with writing essays. Click on the link to access the novel. Mary Shelley Frankenstein (1818) Ebook: Free Link for free Frankenstein: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/84/84-h/84-h.htm AudioBook: Free FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley - FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books | Horror Suspense Thriller (Links to an external site.) (Audio book) Summary of the novel: Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (Links to an external site.) Mary Shelley’s biography: Mary Shelley: A Biography (Links to an external site.) (7 minutes) Thug Notes: Frankenstein - Thug Notes Summary and Analysis (Links to an external site.) (3 minute summary of the novel) Top 10 notes: Top 10 Notes: Frankenstein (Links to an external site.) (8 minutes) THE ASSIGNMENT WILL DISAPPEAR FROM VIEW AFTER 11:30pm. Write a 1500-1700 word essay (4-5 pages) Comparing and contrasting Victor Frankenstein with his creature. Discuss their similarities and their differences. Use quotations and examples from the novel to clarify and support your argument. Incorporate class lectures and discussions. Introduce the author and the novel. Include the story as a reference. Use MLA format and college reading and writing skills. Double space, please. Include word count. REVIEW CHAPTER 24: MLA FORMAT in your textbook Composition and Grammar for HCC by HCC. . How to write Frankenstein essay You must use the section format below, and use the section titles exactly as they are given. LIMIT QUOTATIONS TO NO MORE THAN TWO LINES. There are two ways that you can easily write this essay. Compare and contrast Victor Frankenstein and his creature. Discuss their similarities and their differences. Use quotations and examples from the novel to clarify and support your argument in a minimum of1500-1700 words. Remember to add examples from the novel as supporting details. USE THE SECTION TITLES. Section 1: Introduction Topic Sentence: In Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, Victor and his creature share many characteristics although they are opposing forces because of their differences. (Add a brief summary of the story) (Add an attention grabber to keep the read interested like something about Victor or something about the novel or something about Mary Shelley. Section 2: Victor Identify the elements of Victor’s life that are different from the creature’s life. Home life Education Appearance Importance of the name Frankenstein Section 3: Creature Home life Education Appearance No name Section 4: Similarities Discuss both Victor and the creature in this section. Revenge Isolation Murderers Hatred Section 5: Conclusion OR You may set up your essay using the conflicts as your sections. View the ppt under Instructor Files and listen to chat. Remember to add examples from the novel as supporting details. You may add your own elements to discuss. Below are just ideas you may use. Section 1: Introduction Victor and his creature are opposing forces that struggle because of their conflicts throughout Mary Shelley’s novelFrankenstein. (Define conflicts as a theme in the novel) Listen to chat (Add a brief summary of the story) (Add an attention grabber to keep the read interested like something about Victor or something about the novel or something about Mary Shelley. Section 2: Man vs Man Section 3: Man vs Society Section 4: Man vs God or you could use Man vs Science Section 5: Man vs Nature ( you could eliminate this section if you already have enough words) Section 6: Conclusion Summarize your essay in this section.