A.The dreary nighttime settings that accompany Frankenstein's studies
B.The psychological terror that haunts Frankenstein upon seeing his creature alive
C.Frankenstein's detailed account of his emotions after creating the monster
D.Frankenstein's visits to the charnel houses and graveyards
C.Frankenstein's detailed account of his emotions after creating the monster.
Romantic literature has this unique characteristic in which the focus goes to the narrator or the character emotions, describing an inner world that was often overlooked by previous authors. By going deep into Frankensteins emotions Mary Shelly gives the romantic characteristic to the story.