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Why Is Frankenstein Considered a Gothic Novel?

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Frankenstein is considered a Gothic novel due to the presence of evil, mystery, supernatural and dark aspects of life associated to the Goth genre. Frankenstein is considered to be the first science fiction novel fused with supernatural terror.
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The novel is "Gothic" in the sense of being a horror story.
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A tragic-ironic novel in the Gothic
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Gothic - use of the supernatural, dark settings, death and murders, a tragic hero (yes Victor is a tragic hero), foreshadowing, etc. AND most importantly - there must always be consequences
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There are many different elements of the Gothic novel seen in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein First, the setting of the Gothic novel is always important. The setting is meant to evoke
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