Painting a Picture with Words
This paper compares Mary Shelley’s, Frankenstein and Fyodor Dostoevsky’s, “Notes from Underground”. In this paper Mary Shelley’s, Frankenstein is compared to Fyodor Dostoevsky’s, “Notes from Underground”. The writer of this paper focuses on the language and imagery that were used to paint society’s picture in the stories. From the paper:Notes From Underground is a favorite classic worldwide. The story of a lonely and desolate man unnerves almost all who read it. The story is extremely effective in its purpose and it draws the reader into the society that the man lived in. The author takes great care not to describe the society with a blatant description, but instead uses talented imageries to paint the picture for us. In addition the language used creates an understanding of the time and place of the storyline. Written in first person the story produces a full rich bodied grasp of society at the time.