“Frankenstein” , otherwise ¬†referred to as “The Modern Promethius” was published by Mary Shelley in 1818. This novel, which held the initial concept behind the popular genera of science fiction (Sci-Fi) defines the relationship between creator and creation. In the novel, Dr. Frankenstein creates a monster who wreaks havoc on his life and destroys his family. However, the doctor is partially, if not fully to blame for the evil actions of the monster. Dr. Frankenstein’s go complex causes him to be blind to the ramifications of his creation and look past any ethical issues.¬† Continue reading