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I'm doing a comparitive essay between the monster in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, and the main character of Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake. This is my thesis statement:Both Snowman from Margaret Atwood's Oryx And Crake and the monster from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein demonstrate the potentially devastating consequences of living life as an outsider through their common experiences of abandonment and isolation, leading both to hostility and destruction.What do you think?I also need to think up some topic sentences for the three main topics which are:abandonment/rejection (on a personal level)isolation/alienation (on a social level)hostility/destruction.:)
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