Compare And Contrast Frankenstein And Charlie Gordon

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Frankenstein/Charlie Gordon Essay To be shunned by everyone and be treated like you are nothing, are the worst feelings a person could face. The Frankenstein monster and Charlie Gordon were both outcasts, they were rejected by all. The Frankenstein Monster and Charlie Gordon shared similar qualities that led them to be left out by all. They both wanted a companion, a person that they could call a friend and talk to. Both were treated unfairly and weren’t liked by people. They both were used in some sort of experiment. Firstly, who ever you are and whatever you lack shouldn’t hold you back from having friends. Both Charlie Gordon and the monster had difficulties appealing to people and this was very disturbing to them. For example, the monster was hated by all and he knew that he could never have someone that looked normal because of the way he was. He asked his creator, Victor Frankenstein if he could make him someone that was similar to his appearance and threatened him if he didn’t comply with his demand. This showed us that he was very…show more content…
For example, Charlie Gordon was the first person to have a brain transplant that tripled an individuals IQ, therefore making him a more successful and intelligent person. This experiment would help people not just like Charlie but others to become more intelligent. The monster on the other hand, was the result of an illegal experiment. He was involved in an experiment that could produce life. He was made from body parts of the dead all sewed up together. Both experiments were briefly declared success until flaws were detected. Charlie Gordon began to forget things in a rapid pace and was slowly losing intellect. The monster had a major side effect, which made him a complete failure. He lacked intelligence but possessed super human strength. These were not the traits the experiment claimed that would
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