Mary Essay Topics

Mary Logan – author review

  Mama takes time to explain the prejudices that underlie racist attitudes saying ‘you have to accept the fact that in the world outside this house, things are not always as we would have them to be. ‘ Mama explains prejudice used and also explains in a gentle but effective way to Cassie that ‘everybody… View Article

To what extent is Frankenstein

The monster is indirectly referred to as Satan as they are both related to evil and death; however by performing galvanism, Frankenstein is compared to god due to creating life. God and Satan is the perfect example of good versus evil, making the monster and Frankenstein equally good and evil. Mary Shelley uses emotive language… View Article

The reason being I am a twin

I value original thinkers. Being original is something which is terribly important to me. The reason being I am a twin. Non-identical and extremely different, yet still a twin. I hate being similar. I think it somehow devalues me as a person. The world without originality is a world without intrigue and imagination. Unbelievably boring…. View Article

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein tells the story of Victor’s ambition to successfully create a life through the use of science. In the present times, this is closely known as genetic engineering or cloning, wherein a scientist or a doctor dabbles in the works of creating a new life or transforming a life through science and technology…. View Article

Metafiction and Happy Endings (Margaret Atwood)

A. Definition: The narrator of a metafictional work will call attention to the writing process itself. The reader is never to forget that what she is reading is constructed–not natural, not “real.” She is never to get “lost” in the story. B. Possible Contents: intruding to comment on writing involving his or herself with fictional… View Article

Metafiction and Happy Endings (Margaret Atwood)

Metafiction A. Definition: The narrator of a metafictional work will call attention to the writing process itself. The reader is never to forget that what she is reading is constructed–not natural, not “real.” She is never to get “lost” in the story. B. Possible Contents: intruding to comment on writing involving his or herself with… View Article