Irresponsibility In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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All humans must go through a phase in which they learn responsibility. We grow from baby, to child, to teen, to adult. Most humans become responsible in their teen years. However, Victor Frankenstein did not. Victor Frankenstein is the doomed protagonist in Mary Shelley’s thriller, Frankenstein. Victor Frankenstein proves he is irresponsible by creating the monster, leaving the monster multiple times. And beginning to build another monster. In the beginning, Victor displays to readers how irresponsible he is by creating the monster in the first place. Victor did not completely understand how large of a responsibility it is to bring a life into the world. This quote show us that Victor does not think it is that big of a deal to create a life,
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