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    I'm looking at whether Frankenstein and the monster can be seen to be the same being - doppelganger- 2 sides of the same entity...

    What do you guys think?

    In some cases, I think its harder to think of arguments against that he is, because you could argue both him and the monster share similar traits and the monster represents a repressed side of Frankenstein's character.

    But what could you argue that he IS NOT a doppelganger and in fact they are two separate people..?

    Any help or just general comments on your thoughts
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