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Cixous explains that this monstrousimage of the Medusa exists only because it has been directly determinedby the male gaze.

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She aided Bloodstone in his search of the origins of , a monstrous ant he recently encountered.
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Comic fans have long been used to seeing the wit and intelligence of their favourite stories surgically excised by zoot-suited Hollywood bean counters, so Del Toro's faithful vivification of Hellboy was something of a landmark in judging its audience to be some way above high-functioning cretins. With creator Mike Mignola onboard and Ron Perlman at his best since his 'Penitenze Agite!' days in ‘The Name of The Rose’, the movie tapped a rich vein of outsider humour and was so teeming with ideas that it could throw away on a prologue a story that Spielberg would have made into a three-picture franchise. Best of all, for a brief, glorious moment, it seemed that Niles Crane had been transformed into a mind-mangling aquatic superhero. Abe Sapien's disdain for dry sherry and his watery inability to attend the Seattle Philharmonic's opening nights put paid to that beautiful illusion, but in blending humanity and monstrous action, ‘Hellboy’ and its even more monster-stuffed sequel have raised the stakes when it comes to bringing inky imaginings to the big screen. – Paul Fairclough

Essay about The Monstrous in Frankenstein - 1378 Words

By Typhon, Echidna was the mother of many monstrous offspring: , , , the , , , ,  and vultures.
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This was a wooden statue,representing a woman with child, whose belly was of leather, inwhich a bladder full, perhaps, of small beer, represented theuterus.

Orthus was the two-headed hound of . Orthus (Ὄρθρος) was the monstrous offspring of  and . Orthus was probably the father of the , by Echidna.
In most people’s mind today, there seems to be no question who the monster is in Frankenstein. It is the creature that Frankenstein has created, that has already murdered an innocent kid. However, looking beyond the outer appearance of the monster, it seems evident that what he began as was not a monster. Instead it was the extreme misconceptions of humans, resulting in extreme isolation of the creature, that caused him to become a monster. The creature had no “relation or friend upon earth,” hence he, in a way, is linked to humans (Shelley, 147). The health and survival of a human baby is dependent on social interactions. Likewise the creature that Frankenstein has created lives a torturous and depressing life without companionship. He strives for friends, yet his disturbing appearance causes him to fail and be shunned by humans.


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So aremonsters born." Treating the novel as a displacedautobiography, Moers reads the birth of the monster as ametaphor, as a distraught young, middle-class woman'sanxiety-ridden personal statement about the horrors of failedmotherhood.Perhaps because of the importance of Moers's essay for feministstudies, it has lately been much criticized.

Becoming Ever More Monstrous: Feeling Transgender In-Betweenness

"To insist," writes Mary Jacobus, "that reflects Mary Shelley's experience of thetrauma of parturition and postpartum depression may tell usabout women's lives, but it reduces the text itself to amonstrous symptom." Critics such as Barbara Johnsoncontinue to interpret the novel as autobiography, but in theirflight from biological determinations of femaleness, they tendto translate the "monster-in-the-text" and the "monstrous text"into abstract metaphors, into the figure of woman-as-monster orthe " of autobiography as monstrosity." Ironically,despite her concern with the absence of mothers in the novel,Johnson seems equally intent on enacting her own form ofinterpretive violence against mothers, as she seeks to rid of Mary Shelley the silent, and somewhatscandalous, pregnant mother, to replace her with a speakingfemale author.

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Johnson's account of the novel, on the other hand, as a "textualdramatization" of "the monstrousness of selfhood," is equallyahistorical and abstract in its claims concerning the nature ofmale and female autobiography.

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I agree that Frankenstein’s creation is not initially the monster that mankind perceives him to be. He shows compassion towards humans at first and thirst for knowledge and acceptance. This tenderness changes when he begins to resent human kind. I’m not sure that I would say Frankenstein is a monster but I do think he is very ignorant in this situation. He does not seem to realize that his creation only became a monster after Frankenstein refused to accept and care for him. If Frankenstein had realized the importance of educating, and nourishing his creation, the creation would have never turned into a monster.