Perhaps the man that shot the creature after it had saved a little girl from drowning would be a better example of being too quick to judge. All of the judgments seem to bring a negative effect on the judged. Frankenstein tells of the creatures payback to Dr. Frankenstein for judging his creation and not taking responsibility for it. The creature winds up killing several of the doctor's family members and his very close friend, Henry Clerval. In his search for vengeance the creature condemns himself to the internal suffering of knowing that he has taken the life of a person.
The mother was killed, and Peter tracked down the little girl. Fearful the girl would escape and alert the king's men before the banishing ritual could be completed; he killed the girl remorselessly in the Storage rooms. Almost immediately the sight of her lifeless body crippled his psyche. Even manipulated by DaFheg he knew the girl didn't deserve to die and begged for forgiveness, filled with guilt and disgust at his actions. Peter was on the verge of insanity, realizing what he was doing, and what had become of him.
“(168) This novel gave the idea of suicide to the Monster which was inflicted upon being denied by everyone and not knowing his spot in humanity. As the Monster read “Paradise Lost” he connected to having a war with his creator, and believes that he was Victor’s “Satan”. Thinking in the role of Satan, the Monster kills Victor’s family, just like Satan took away God’s angels. The novel “Plutarch’s Lives” gave the monster some input on life. “The patriarchal lives of my protectors caused these impressions to take a firm hold on my mind; perhaps, if my first introduction to humanity had been made by a young soldier, burning for glory and slaughter, I should have been imbued with different sensations.” (170) The Monster finally found his reason for being on earth and he believes he found his spot in humanity.
Victor he is murdered!” with this returning to Geneva was no question. Justine, practically a family member, is accused of the murder and goes on trial. Afraid to have his sanity questioned, Victor takes a cowardly action and mentions to no one that he knows who the real murderer is, the monster; he allows an innocent woman to be hung. The creature finds Frankenstein after tormenting him enough and asks one thing of Victor, for him to listen to his tale. Upon hearing this, the creature believes the solution to his misery is a mate.
He also uses his strength to save a young girl from drowning. No matter what the monster does, he is always misinterpreted. The monster says, “Fatal prejudice clouds their eyes, and where they ought to see a feeling and a kind friend, they behold only a detestable monster” (pg.119). Felix and Agatha think he has come to attack their father, William Frankenstein thinks the monster is trying to kill him, and the man thinks he is trying to murder the girl rather than rescue her. The real turning point for the monster is when he is accused of trying to murder the girl.
The madness resulting from the incident was the way in which the soldiers handled this. They make jokes about Ted Lavender’s death, and act as if it was in a movie, separated from reality. Next, they burn down a town and kill all the animals still in it. While seeing something like this on the news would be disturbing, through the context of the author’s perspective we can understand why they do this. They are all afraid of dying in shame, as noted when Tim O’Brien says “They carried the soldier's greatest fear, which was the fear of blushing.
Frankenstein said by all means he would chase the creature until one of them dies, but the creature on the other hand after murdering said," I have strangled the innocent as they sleep”. Regretting murdering, the creature wept at his mistakes. Frankenstein died unfulfilled, he had not done what he had hoped to. The creature stated, "I have murdered the lovely and the helpless," feeling awful for what he did and Frankenstein said that someone else might succeed in which he failed. Frankenstein from the start wanted the creature dead and as he was dying he still didn't give up stating that another may succeed.
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.
In The novel Frankenstein by Mary Shan contains emotions and personality of the protagonist and how their personal characteristic add to the story and the author reveals information about the protagonist in the novel. A monster created by Frankenstein using science methods using dead body parts, Frankenstein frightened by his creation he runs away, leaving his monster frightened wondering off to the world. Finding later his little brother had been strangled and the creator of Frankenstein new Frankenstein had strangled him. Frankenstein then had met his creator telling him why he had did it because he was ugly to everyone he had seen. Everyone hated and thought Frankenstein as a monster so out of revenge he had strangled his creators lil brother
The monster can be seen as monstrous because he is hideously ugly and rejected by society. However, he is also monstrous because he lost his innocence by killing people that were innocent to get revenge on Frankenstein. The monster kills everyone who was close to Frankenstein, including Elizabeth, the person he loved the most since childhood. This vendetta was the result of Victor breaking his promise to make a companion. Frankenstein himself also has a monstrosity to him because his ambition, secrecy, and selfishness make him isolated from society.