Shelley and Scott present the responder with a disrupted world where the relationships between nature and science and creator and created reflect disruption and identity.
Despite being composed in differing contexts, when considered and compared together the meaning portrayed through these relationships are amplified through their distinct correlation to each other. These questions continually recurred, but I was unable to solve them.” Furthermore Shelley stresses her notion on identity through having the monster long for a companion to belong to in the world.
“Rachael is an experiment, nothing more” This quote objectifies Rachael as an “experiment” displaying the lack of Tyrell’s patriarchal figure.
Death; ah, well that’s a little out of my jurisdiction” – this discerns Tyrell’s own obsessive perception of himself and his vanity.
The metaphor is seen within the monster, created by Frankenstein.
The monster is associated with Adam, however is subverted to symbolise Satan once the monster is shunned by Frankenstein’s hubristic neglect. , which culminate with the creation of the monster, are defined by a single-minded energy ...
The path of my departure was free, and there was none to lament my annihilation.
The evolution of Blade Runner and Frankenstein are parallels.
uncertain The decay in humanity is defined through their environment.
In Blade Runner, this notion is exemplified through the portraits of Los Angeles.