The creature is rejected from society starting from his creation because of how different he looks to the rest; Shelley uses “abhorred” to describe the creature and throughout the novel this reinforces the fact of how despised he is by others. The harsh plosive sound of the 'b' also reinstates this. Frankenstein describes him as a “demonical corpse” which has connotations of
In Frankenstein the creature is constantly being rejected by every human that ever laid eyes on him. The creature has a horrific figure and grotesque appearance causing him to be excluded by all society. The qualities that make us human are at a pretty wide ranged, and definitely define who each individual human is. The creature is lacking not only looks from the human qualities but the way humans communicate and live. The qualities the creature lacks definitely justify his rejection and give him reasons to despise his creator and all humanity.
Because of his over-reliance of his parents, he thinks everything is their fault; his anger is uncontrollable and he barely has any respect for anything. 'Irresponsible.' What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear that word? Someone who lies and tries to cover his or her mistakes? Someone who blames everyone else for the consequences of their actions?
He lets the evil into his head and clouds his vision of others. He ends up living, but he isn’t happy nor is he nice towards others, especially his wife Faith. He thinks she is plotting against him and he ends up dying unhappy and almost alone. He viewed others differently and thought they were all involved with evil. So, as you can see, people were infected with evil, especially Brown himself.
Misunderstood Monster The story of Grendel is the story of a monster misunderstood by his human neighbors. While animalistic and brutish in appearance, his mental faculties are on par, or even exceed, those of the humans. However, due to his appearance he is alienated from a human society that he wants nothing more than to be a part of. It is this unfounded hatred that Grendel must endure from the Danes that ultimately pushes him to question whether there is any meaning or order to life. When Grendel first encounter the Danes he is feared and hated, and then attacked, due to his animalistic appearance.
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.
Both Amanda Todd and Tyler Clementi and many more were the victims of cruel, heartless people called bullies. They were bullied to death, and didn't get the chance to live and enjoy life like normal people or in this case normal teenagers. They lost hope in living, their friends gave up on them, people started
On the first day she told her students that brown- eyed people were better than blue- eyed people. The blue eyed people were then given rings to wear around their necks. In a short time the brown eyed pupils were achieving better marks that the blue-eyed students. The brown eyed-students were also making derogatory statements about the blue-eyed pupils. The following day she reversed the situation and found that a similar scenario occurred but with the blue-eyed pupils achieving better marks than the brow-eyed pupils.
You don’t understand? Ah, what a pity!) Besides, she strongly discouraged Stella to get along with this common man because of his primitiveness and rudeness. And she always used some offensive expressions like ‘vulgar’, ‘Polack’ and ‘animal’ to describe Stanley. Nevertheless, social hierarchy was not welcomed in the News Orleans anymore.
These views of himself the townspeople have is incredibly hard for Dimmesdale to bear. Almost only Dimmesdale knew that he was living a lie. Because the views people had towards him were so far from reality, it silently killed Dimmesdale inside because he then looked at himself and was completely ashamed causing him to kill himself. How you look at yourself is greatly influenced by who you’re