Frankenstein Monster's Anger Analysis

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Reasons Behind Frankenstein’s Monster’s Anger In the book Frankenstein, Dr. Frankenstein creates a monster. He later abandons the monster due to being horrified by the sight of it. In turn, the monster creates chaos for Dr. Frankenstein. The monsters anger came from rejection and lack of friendship. Frankenstein’s monster’s anger comes from rejection and lack of friendship. “He turned hearing a noise; and perceiving me, shrieked loudly, and quitting the hut ran across the fields with a speed of which his debilitated form hardly appeared capable.” (Shelly 73). The monster is telling about how humans interacted with him. It made him feel lonely and angry that humans disliked him due to his appearance. In this case rejection was what made
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