In the beginning of the book, right after the creation of the monster, Victor fled his home to get away from the creature, only to return and find that it had escaped. While in the mountains Victor is approached by the monster who begs for understanding from Victor, that it's killing of Victor's younger brother William Frankenstein was out of confusion and it was only intending to hurt Victor, as he saw him as his cruel creator. The monster then asks Victor to create him a female monster, equally grotesque to be his soul mate. If Victor was so passionate about his work you would think he'd keep his monster locked up or under some kind of control, but since victor left his monster free to roam, it left Victor not knowing any better. It is Frankenstein’s responsibility to teach the monster and see it as a friend.
At this point in the novel, the creature is fed up with the rudeness of the characters he encounters and he is now at his breaking point. He anger makes him seek revenge and take the lives of the innocent. As the creature approaches Geneva, he runs into William. The boy tells him his father is a Frankenstein, and then the creature commits his first murder, “I grasped his throat to silence him, and in a moment he lay dead at my feet” (pg. 127).
He leaves Corinth and travels to Thebes, and on the way he unknowingly kills his father during a quarrel. After saving Thebes from the Sphinx, he is given the hand of Queen Jocasta, his mother, for marriage and he becomes the new king of Thebes. One of the many reasons Oedipus is a coward is that he didn’t want to face his parent s again. His thought at the moment when he blinds himself is that if he killed himself he will see his real parents in the underworld, who he had committed those crimes against. Instead of repenting for his sins he escapes them.
When the monster confronts Dr. Frankenstein before his wedding, he says “You can blast my other passions, but revenge remains-revenge, henceforth dearer tan light or food! I may die, but first you, my tyrant and tormentor, shall curse the sun that gazes on your misery. (175)” Because of his creators constant scorn of him, the monster feels that all that is left inside of him is revenge and hate. Therefore, due to this lack of compassion from his creator, the monster promises to make Dr. Frankenstein’s life a nightmare, and follows through with said
The creature then ignites a killing spree against the Frankenstein name by murdering Victor’s family and friends until he is just as alone as he is. However, much like Victor, the creature feels sorrow and guilt towards himself. After being forced away from the cottagers and realizing he will never be able to fully integrate in society, he begins to question why he was brought into this world, “ Why did I live? Why...did I not extinguish the spark of existence which you had...bestowed? (Shelly 97) The creature feels just being alive is serving an injustice to society but becomes too involved with his mission of justice against
After completing this it will be evident that Romeo, Friar Lawrence and love are all to blame. Firstly, Romeo is banished from Verona for killing Tybalt, a Capulet, because Tybalt killed Romeo’s best friend Mercutio. This led to Romeo not hearing about the plan to fake Juliet’s death so that she did not have to marry Paris. When Romeo heard she was dead he killed himself, then Juliet awoke and found Romeo dead and killed herself. “Tybalt is gone, and Romeo banished; Romeo that killed him, he is banished.” This quote is saying that Romeo killed Tybalt and is now banished because of it.
He almost immediately begins planning his course of action towards revenge. Hamlet’s disgust toward his mother is only heightened with this news of murder, “O most pernicious woman! / O villain, villain, smiling damned villain!” (Iv.105-106). Old Hamlet’s ghost has warned Hamlet not to punish Gertrude with hell, but he does not seem to care. Hamlet has now taken this personal with his own desires for revenge, as well as his obligation to his deceased father.
Macbeth Act V Macbeth's death was inevitable. Because he wanted to be king, his wife talked him into murdering Duncan, who was the king and a relative, while Duncan was a guest in his home. He had his best friend, Banquo, murdered because the witches predicted that Banquo’s descendents would be kings. He also wanted Banquo’s son, Fleance, murdered, but he escaped. Macbeth had reason to be afraid of Macduff, so he sent men to kill Macduff’s wife and children.
The Monsters rage because Victor refused to finish the female monster took control, and he began to murder everyone Victor held dear until finally Victor couldn’t take it anymore. Victor says “The human frame could no longer support the agonies that I endured” (pg 164). The Monster needed to settle his dispute with Victor not with his family members. The Wretch doesn’t know if another would even like him. Victor was actually protecting the Monster from another
He would lure them into his home with suggestions of sex, and then he would kill them, drilling holes into their heads, hoping to make mindless sex slaves. Later he would masturbate over their dead corpses and make trophies out of the ones he especially liked (Sifakis Vol. 1). The Milwaukee police knew of Dahmer, having had come to his home over an investigation of a young Laotian boy running around naked, screaming outside of Dahmer’s apartment. When the police arrived, Dahmer convinced them that the young man was his lover and was a bit drunk and ran out of the apartment after having an argument.