There are a lot of common space figures that are well known. Some of these space figures can be considered as polyhedra but some like spheres, cylinders and cones are not polyhedra because they have curved surfaces as opposed to the flat surfaces of the polyhedra.
Right now, let us focus more on the cone. A cone is known to be somewhat similar to a triangle in terms of shape but it has a circular base. The vertex is also the one on top and it may or may not be directly on the center of the base. If you have an ice cream cone at home, it will be like placing the ice cream cone upside down. This three-dimensional geometric shape may have a flat base or a circular base depending on what type of cone it is. Cones can have different volume results depending on their base area. Some say that a cone is highly similar to a pyramid but instead of having a square base, the base is more flat or circular.
In Frankenstein, both film and book portray Victor as a selfish identity who is merely concerned about his own well-being. In Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, Victor is totally centered on creating real human life and does not care that he's hurting his family, Elizabeth and the monster. The exact same is true in the film, what appears like a self-less act on Victor's end by building a wife for the monster he really wants to keep Elizabeth for himself when he brings her back again to life following the monster kills her. The film by Kenneth Branagh and the novel both highlight how irresponsible Victor's persona as he withholds information from his family and will not tell the truth to prevent Justine from being executed for a murder she did not commit. Both texts juxtapose Victor's character along with his monster's personality as he helps out a family group as he educates himself how to learn.