Manuel Aguirre’s "Gothic Fiction And Folk-Narrative Structure: The Case Of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein."
Aguirre’s intention in this article is to test both claims on a fragment from Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein.
Explains the gothic folklore in frankenstein
Awesome article- Highly recommend it to understand a fragment on Mary Shelley’s book.
Paul Cantor’s “The Nightmare of Romantic Idealism”
Explains “Frankenstein has as much claim to mythic status as any story ever invented by a single author”.
Cantor: “Mary Shelley gives a gnostic twist to her creation myth: in her version the creation becomes identified with the fall”.
Cantor explains that “Frankenstein does God's work, creating a man, but he has the devil's motives: pride and the will to power”.
This article explains mainly the downfall of Frankenstein’s creation in Mary shelley’s Frankenstein.
The Things They Carried
Lynn Wharton’s “Tim O'Brien and American National Identity: A Vietnam Veteran's Imagined Self in The Things They Carried”
Argues that “ in The Things They Carried, everything is true but nothing is authentic”. claims that, “The two personae often give the appearance of becoming intertwined and almost indistinguishable, even in the author's mind”.
I recommend this article, it explains that the author had flaws in his work.
Tobey C. Herzog’s "Tim O'Brien's "True Lies"
Explains the truth and the false of O'Brien's book.
Argues that O’Brien’s book had some fake stories.
This article explains the truth and the lies in the book The Things They Carried.
The Great Gatsby
April Iryan “Corruption of the Rich Based on the Great Gatsby”
Iryan explains that there is corruption during the 1900’s
Iryan focuses on the main point of corruption that went on during the time of the story.
Corruption in this article is the main point being proved.
Highly recommend if interested in corruption for this work.