Hades grew angered by the fact that Zeus was the idol figure for the gods and had unbelievable power. He decided to clash with Zeus for the control of the gods. Eventually, Zeus defeated Hades and banished him to his underworld forever. However, what Zeus really meant was that Hades was forbidden to return to Mount Olympus. As Hades fell into the world of darkness, he awoke Leviath.
Orwell took the inspiration for this first novel of his from the experiences he gained during his service as an imperial police officer in Burma in the late s. There he was confronted with extreme forms of imperialism, causing racism and also chauvinism. We know of the University named after him and how he was the man to bring education to the Deaf in America. What was not before mentioned is that there were two Gallaudets. I fact I had believed for some time now that E. Gallaudet was this extraordinary man that everyone loved and the named a university after him. It is unfortunate that.
Prometheus, the Titan of Greek mythology that created man and gave them fire, is a fitting symbol for Victor Frankenstein, the man who created a "monster" and gave him life. The most obvious aspect of the similarity between Frankenstein and the Prometheus myth is the underlying theme - both stories deal with ill-fated actions with tragic consequences. The characters as well as the plot are all similar between the two stories. Many have argued that Frankenstein is based on the Prometheus myth.