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Frankenstein/Blade Runner Essay

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HSC Essay for Advanced English comparative study: Texts in time: Frankenstein & Blade Runner

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Fiction Literature Film Blade Runner Frankenstein Blade Runner Speculative fiction English-language films Romanticism Biorobots in fiction Themes in Blade Runner Replicant Mary Shelley Frankenstein in popular culture
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Fiction Literature Film Blade Runner Frankenstein Blade Runner Speculative fiction English-language films Romanticism Biorobots in fiction Themes in Blade Runner Replicant Mary Shelley Frankenstein in popular culture
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Shelley and Scott explore the relationship between creator and creation, and provides a criticism of the scientific advancements of each of their times. Scott also presents an insight into the dystopic society of the future resultant of Postmodernism, which Shelley forewarns about in her novel. Complementing the Industrial Revolution of the 19 th century, a series of scientific developments engendered the Age of Enlightenment, where scientists were fixated on their experimentations and had a compete disregard for the detrimental effects it had on the society and nature. Shelley emulates this attribute within Victor Frankenstein, whose “fatal passion” to...
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