Comparing Shelley's Frankenstein And The Monster

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Frankenstein Frankenstein and the Monster share no common characteristics and live completely separate lives. Many believe that parents and children will always share common characteristics because of the simple reason that they are related, but this is not always a true theory. In the case that is presented in Frankenstein, because of the fact that victor left his monster , the monster cannot learn from Victor or vice versa, therefore they cannot become like each other and share common characteristics. There is a lot of information that leads to the belief that Frankenstein is different than the creature, but many also make the mistake that he is more alike. Although Frankenstein created the creature, he and the creature separated right from the monsters creation and they did not encounter each other again and the creature had developed different characteristics and habits of his own. In any possible way, Victor Frankenstein is not like the creature. Victor Frankenstein was born…show more content…
Frankenstein said by all means he would chase the creature until one of them dies, but the creature on the other hand after murdering said," I have strangled the innocent as they sleep”. Regretting murdering, the creature wept at his mistakes. Frankenstein died unfulfilled, he had not done what he had hoped to. The creature stated, "I have murdered the lovely and the helpless," feeling awful for what he did and Frankenstein said that someone else might succeed in which he failed. Frankenstein from the start wanted the creature dead and as he was dying he still didn't give up stating that another may succeed. At the beginning the creature strived to make Victor's life Hell, but at the end he wished it didn't happen how it
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