Frankenstein Essay

383 WordsOct 25, 20092 Pages
I donot think that the monster was to blame for the murders and actions that he has committed and that it is partly Victor’s and societies fault. Victor created the monster in the first place and Victor and society did not accept the creature which made him very angry and emotionally unstable which would cause destructive actions. Victor Frankenstien was a college student who studied anatomy when he attempted to create life. He was successful in creating life but the being was not a human, he was a monster. Victor created the creature with body parts from a graveyard and made him bigger than a normal human would actually be as it says in the book “my first intention, to make the being of a gigantic stature; that is to say, about eight feet in height, and proportionably large...I collected bones from charnel houses” (page 32). God is the only one who can create humans and if a human tries to create a person, that person is a monster because only God can give souls to humans and humans cannot. So the murders the creature has committed was not his fault because he is not even a human, he is more like an animal. Victor was one of the main reasons the monster has committed murders in the first place. When Victor first created his creature he instantly ran away from it which must have made the creature upset because his own creator could not even look at him. Later in the story Victor comes across the monster again and when he sees him he curses at him and tells the creature to go away which would make the creature feel unloved, unwanted and angry. The monster realizes during his life by spying on a family living in a cottage that he does not belong in this world, his creator hates him and that he truly is a monster like he says he is on page 88 “Cursed creator! Why did you form a monster so hideous that even you turned from me in

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