Both monsters, Wagner and Frankenstein share several similarities as well as differences, especially in the features of their face and clothes.
This poised man portrays his wealth and confidence through the features of his face and clothing. The skin on his face is soft and smooth like a baby’s bottom. As strands of hair brush the side of his cheeks, they glide right off so gracefully by his skins smoothness. Though skin so soft and smooth with no blemishes to be found, except around his eyes, this many carries a masculine square jaw that reminds us of the Crimson Chin, from the kids TV show Fairly Odd Parents. He comes from a wealthy society, wearing a satin jacket and a silk scarf under it. The reserved clothing crawls all the way up to his neck showing little to no skin. Wagner’s rich surface of his skin and clothing defines the line of comparison to the level of society Frankenstien resides in.
Unlike the wealthy and confident Wagner, Frankenstein’s face and clothes portray his residence in the lower society. A melancholy mood sets over this man who stares blankly at the camera. His skin is rough like sand paper. Blemishes appear around his Sahara Desert skin; a scar cut deep on his forehead show a glimpse of his sad past. Like wagner, this man also has a manly square shaped jaw. He wears a plain jacket that is made of rough and harsh fabric. It sits uncomfortably on his shoulders and looks worn out. Although just as reserved as Wagner, Frakenstein comes from a lower society, less groomed, less neat.
Although Wagner and Frankenstein is a comparison of a man and a beast, both are monsters from high and low societies, sharing different as well as similar features.
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