Poster¡G Kate Liu at 11:56:39 12/17/97 from ts2-ppp-02.fju.edu.tw
RE Jessie Chu at 9:13:17 11/24/97 posted ¡uAnatomizing the making of the monster¡vSubject
I don't quite understand the relevance of Nietzsche here, but I will respond to the first part of your discussion.
I like the way you put different kinds of creation together: that of "Tiger," Frankenstein, and the painter Ferrieux. Indeed, on the psychological level, all the three of them are related to the authors' need for release.
On the other hand, the "Tiger" and Frankenstein are similar because they are associated with not any creation, but God's. In F's case, it's specifically God's creation fo man, and in the poem, the creation of Tiger is compared to God's.
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