Since he was so apparently appalling to the people he stumbled upon, he was entirely repudiated from human society. This led to an extreme feeling of loneliness, causing him to think of himself as entirely alone. Correspondingly in the world in the 1900s, the whites segregated the African Americans and the Asians because they had colored skin and different qualities. This isolation is later resolved as he finds a sort of place with a human family. He cares for the cottagers by bringing them fire wood, and eventually revealing himself to the father.
Long periods of isolation can transform one into an unordinary member of society. In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and the movie Edward Scissorhands directed by Tim Burton, the creature and Edward are unable to evolve into ordinary members of society due to the effects of long periods of isolation. The isolation that both Edward and the creature in Frankenstein experience from being separated by their creators leaves them ignorant when trying to follow the rules of society. In the novel Frankenstein, the creature is abandoned by Victor Frankenstein at the very moment of his creation, and he is forced to discover the frightening reality of the world all by himself. Because he had no guidance, the creature was unable to successfully adapt to the regulations of society.
One of the many flaws that Victor displays throughout the novel is revealed when he fails to express love and compassion towards the monster; instead, he demonstrates ignorance and recklessness as a creator the moment he abandons his creation. When he gazes upon the completion of his creation, “breathless horror and disgust fill[s] [his] heart… [and he is] [u]nable to endure the aspect of the being [he] create[s]” (Shelley 67). The frightening appearance of the monster blinds Victor, rendering him unable to feel pity towards his creation and he rejects the creature instead. Even when Victor discovers that the monster is highly intelligent and inhabits real, human sentiments, he still regards it with the utmost malevolence and hatred. Victor
In the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, the creature is assumed to be evil by everyone he encounters. Many people that read this novel believed the creature is born evil. In my opinion you cannot be born evil , but you have to experience many hardships or negative experiences that make you become evil. At the beginning of the novel the creature was never giving a chance to show that he was not evil because his own creator left him. The creature was treated badly by others which made him feel unwanted and for him to do evil things.
This was troublesome for the monster to develop any real support from anyone who could have been considered family, because, like an orphan, the creature has no real family. WIth the same reasons we feel sympathy for orphans, we feel sympathy for a lonely creature. With Victor as his creator or even a father figure, it is tough to witness his only parent having hatred toward him. Victor makes the poor creature flee his birthplace and onto his own. We learn in the monster’s narrative that he watches a small family throughout months and becomes acquainted with their roles and feelings.
The main conflicting scene which acted as a narrative tool to help the story move on was the rape scene in chapter 7. Amir is finally in realisation of the extent of how cowardly he is “I just watched. Paralyzed.” This being significant as it even the rape consisted of only men which emphasises the inequity of gender in Afghanistan and in this novel. However some would disagree - For Amir's mother Sofia - Even though she was a well-known literature professor, her death almost completely eliminates her influence from Amir's life. Baba never discusses her with Amir, and he doesn’t appreciate the qualities she passed down to her son “That was how I escaped my father's aloofness, in my dead mother's books” this being a disgrace to baba as he wished for a masculine son "Real men didn't read poetry-and God forbid they should ever write it!” this effectively showing baba’s disinterest in Amir as Baba believes a real man is interested in sports.
Sykes was very ungrateful and didn’t appreciate his wife, he tried to get her out of the way so he can be with his mistress Bertha. The saying “Karma is a bitch,” relates to the story because, Sykes tried poisoning his wife with a rattlesnake, but instead he was bitten and died from the poison. The story unfolds when Sykes got home and verbally abused his wife, but she stood up and faced him without any fear in her eyes, that was the breaking point for Delia, despite all her hard work he didn’t appreciate her, so she decided to stand up for herself and no longer endure her husband’s abuse. Sykes character unfolds when the narrator painted a picture of what he really is and his thoughts against his wife, he was wicked and cruel against his wife but was sweet and caring towards his mistress Bertha. He would go all out just to get Delia out of his way of being happy with his mistress.
He then becomes afraid of the monster and treats him as an outcast like the rest of community does. Victor tries to run away and forget about the monster, but that is a nearly impossible task as well. Throughout the novel, Victor will never try to care for his creation or love him. Victor's unsurpassed disgust and embarrassment will keep him from taking responsibility towards what I can
Through his own narrative, Darl is seen as very observant and perceptual. Through the rest of his family’s narratives, he is an outcast; the black sheep of the family. When all this comes together it creates a perfect storm so to speak, thus setting Darl up for disaster, as if he never had a chance to begin with. “In Defense of Darl’s Sanity”, the author states that, “a majority of Darl’s family doesn’t even like him”(“Defense of Darl”). I think this is because his family, especially his siblings Dewey Dell and Jewel, truly do not understand Darl’s positive intentions.
Since Victor had abandoned him he was alone in the word with nobody to tell him right from wrong. Victor had dropped his responsibly and had been very irresponsible. Due to the lack of responsibility the monster felt alone and confused. Every time the monster would see a person they wouldn’t even give him a chance to speak or explain himself. They would all flee from him and look at him with evil and disgust in their eyes.