Frankenstein

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The noble monster

In this essay I will be talking about the personality of a creature created by human corpses made by a man named Victor, Frankenstein is a novel written by the British novelistMary Shelley in 1818. This novel is considered to be a Gothic novel and is one of the first works of science fiction, it was written during the Romantic Period.
Victor Frankenstein is the mainprotagonist of this novel; there are three narrator in this book. Victor is fond of chemistry and many other different sciences, he creates a monster practically with human corpses. The monster issurprisingly intelligent and goes away from his creator to explore the world on his own, he soon learns to speak and think, he discovers things that make him want to belong to society but when heencounters humans, due to his ugliness, the people around him don’t like him at all. He says ”Accursed creator! Why did you form me a monster so hideous that even you turned from me in disgust…” He alsodoesn’t likes him because everyone around him is scared of him and he is sure that he is a horrible monster, I think this is important because he feels rejected by society and therefore he becomes angry andrevengeful killing Victor’s friends and family members. He was first noble and he wanted to belong, to live and learn like normal people do. He was fond of many different things that could have madehim a happy person, but it was society that made him how he turn out to be. He felt a strange sentiment towards his creator because he was not able to make him happy and It is part true because in myopinion Victor didn’t take responsibility for his action, he created a in part a human who was able to think and feel emotions. He sure was feeling things he couldn’t even explain like in part of thenovel it says ”What did this mean? Who was I? What was I?... What was my destination?..” he felt lost in a world where he was rejected, he had trouble coping with the world in front of him. He was...
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