Frankenstein Essay

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The story Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, there is a man named Victor Frankenstein play’s God by creating a new life form and misplacing its first steps into a world that is hard for it to be fruitful by showing work progress from walking in its creator’s footsteps. In the Bible, God created Adam and commanded him to be fruitful and multiply, in which he had to follow Gods footsteps, but got off track soon. He then stops being fruitful which angered God from his sin and created death in the human race. Victor Frankenstein had sinned in the story by creating a monster from different human body parts, to form a deformed monster in which he has played life with and sent a sinful being into a world, that it does not yet understand. Frankenstein’s monster and Adam have similar fates of being a lone soul, walking on the earth with no one to guide them, but made people die from their sins. In the eyes of God, he sought beauty in each creation he had made from his mind and Victor Frankenstein was expecting to see a beautiful new life that he wanted to create, but was rendered terrified of his none expertise skills of creating an abomination. “I had desired it with an ardour that far exceeded moderation; but now that I had finished, the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart" (Chapter 5, paragraph 3). Not only has his heart have been filled with disgust but with sinful splotches that keep growing, to make him feel despair and putting him into an endless nightmare. From his horrible judgment, he had put his monster into its own condemnation, in which it walks the earth bringing death and feeling pain each step of the way. This monster is not alone of walking its path because Adam has walked the same path with the monster and its shows that the monster might be another Adam, but with a God that is not so accepting of its creation. Soon

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