Lives Riddled with Regret

By Hope Wamae, Irene Dong, and Cole Gillespie Created in Canva, this infographic explores the theme of regret in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Regret serves as major force in the text as it ruins the lives of Victor Frankenstein and his creation. Both the creator and the creation experience different types of regret, including the regret …

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A Day with the Rich and the Poor

By Irene Dong, Hope Wamae, and Cole Gillespie This infographic explores the themes of class and society in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, a novel about the main character, Clarissa Dalloway, preparing to host a party. Created in Canva, the infographic compares the experiences of lower- and upper-class women through Clarissa and Miss Kilman. The first …

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Identity: Innate or Made?

By Brooke Stepanek, Ben Smith, and Ethan Sinclair This infographic explores the theme of nature versus nurture through Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. By analyzing the theme, this infographic reveals nature and nurture’s roles in shaping the creature’s self-perception as a monster and Victor’s self-perception as a flawed human being. Nature’s role on Victor and the creature …

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Beauty in the Beast

By: Zoë Szczesniak, Yash Vaidya, Cassady Stewart The theme of this infographic studies Victor’s interpretation of beauty as it relates to nature, goodness, success, and his own emotional state in Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. The infographic compares and contrasts the connotations surrounding the objects in the text considered beautiful or ugly and the implications these connotations have …

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