I'm doing an essay and am struggling with what the representations of gender and sexuality are in Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein"? any help very welcome

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Ah, good question.
For issues of sexuality, look at the sections in the book directly or tangentially related to sex: Victor's marriage night and the creation of the monster are the two most striking examples. Rather than going to bed, Victor prowls around the house with...

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