Who Created Frankenstein’s Monster?

           Frankenstein’s monster is one of the most popular monsters ever created. In the 18th and 19th centuries, with an element of horror became quite popular among the masses.

Mary Shelly

            An Englishman named Horace Walpole first introduced horror as a permanent feature in most of his writing during the 1760s.

Frankenstein’s Monster

            Since then many writers started writing such stories including science fictions with amazing success. The Frankenstein monster is one such example of horror fiction that attained worldwide popularity.

            The story of Frankenstein was first published in 1818, which had a scientific flavor along with imagination. It was about the creation of a monster that ultimately destroys its creator. With its elaborate narrations of mystery horror outrage madness and spirit of revenge this character maintains the trend first started by Walpole. The basic idea behind the cremation of the monastery was to show the power of science how a dead person can be brought to life and the subsequent induced in the monster make it a reactive and suffering creature who wavers between good and evil.

            But do you know who was the creator of the muster the creation of this well known monster was marry Shelley Wollstonecraft the daughter of Williams Godwin and second wife of the famous poet Shelley. She was born on 30th august 1797 in London. She spent much of her life editing her husband works after his death. Among the other novels she wrote the most famous was life and adventure of construction.

            However in spite of her many notable works her name is mainly attached to the creature she portrayed in Frankenstein. This novels was transformed in to feature films in many versions all over the world.

            Mary Shelley died on February 1, 1851 at the age of 54.