While the groom is looking for the creature, he gets to Elizabeth, the bride, leaving her “lifeless and inanimate”. When looking upon the crime scene, Victor sees the murderer: “A grin was on the face of the monster; he seemed to jeer, as with his fiendish finder he pointed to the corpse of my wife” (Shelley 174). This evil act is directly caused by the creator’s rash decision to destroy the female and ruin his monster’s life once again. Many people agree that it is “Victor’s inability to see the monster’s own value and not his concern for the world that leads him to leave his “Adam” without a mate. This, of course, drives the monster to kill again” (Lunsford 175).
He takes the creatures threat of being with him on his wedding night as a direct threat to him even though the creature has killed others besides victor before. He later chases his creation to ultimately destroy him, the creature which he, by all rights, is 100% responsible for. He says in one passage, “Scoffing devil! Again do I vow vengeance; again do I devote thee, miserable fiend, to torture and death. Never will I give up my search until he or I perish…” (136).
William Wallace was wrath at the British for killing his wife. He began to fight for his and his people’s freedom from the British. Gilgamesh fought the monster to save his friends life at the cost of his. At the end, William Wallace died for his and his people’s freedom. Gilgamesh killed the monster and saved his friends life.
This “monster” with grotesque features and actions ends up killing every one close to his maker out of hatred and vengeance. With extensive analysis of the novel I have encountered with sufficient evidence that led me into thinking otherwise. Such evidence will be presented throughout this essay. Victor Frankenstein, we may say that actually is the incarnation of all human evilness and misdeeds while the so-called "monster” is merely a victim of Victor's mad, selfish, and egocentric state of mind. First of all, I am going to state how Victor resembles more of a monster than the creation itself.
However, the family rejects him based on outward appearance, before giving the monster a chance to speak. The monster also saves a girl from drowning, only to be attacked by a man who thought that he was attempting to hurt the girl, not save her. Upon realizing social interaction with humans will prove almost impossible, the monster beckons Victor to create for him a female companion. However, Victor breaks his promise to the monster, and he vows to seek revenge. All of these events coupled with the abandonment by his creator drive the monster to madness and rage against the human population, who he learns will never accept him due to his grotesque outward
It was Victor’s fault he took upon himself to create Frankenstein and then abandon him, if he had not misused that responsibility, his brother would not have ended up in the grave. After the creature murdered William, he gained the knowledge of good and evil. It was at that point that the creature lost his innocence entirely and entered the real world, forever being known as a monster and a
The creature wanted revenge so on the day of victors wedding he killed his soon to be wife. This made Victor understand how the creature felt, but he did not care he wanted the same revenge on the creature and swore to find and destroy the creature. In my opinion Victor should have created a mate for Frankenstein. It was unfair to the creature to let him be alone. There were some risks for Victor if he was going to create a mate but it would be well worth
The creature ends up being alone and he comes up with an idea. “I know not; despair had not yet taken possession of me; feelings were those of rage and revenge.”(p.146) The creatures idea is revenge. He wants to get revenge on his creator because of the way he was treated by Frankenstein. The creature does get his
More of this ominous diction that Shelley uses is shown here and it provides very disturbing imagery. The creepy imagery that is used really makes one's stomach turn so they can see the gruesomeness of the monster, and the gravity of the situation that Frankenstein has put himself in. This also helps us know how he must’ve felt in that position! Obsessed with the pursuit of knowledge, Frankenstein ends up destroying his whole life. He now lives in fear that the monster will kill him.
Victor Frankenstein was a very avid scientist. He would spend years on certain experiments so he could get whatever he was working on perfect. Though, the last invention he made wasn’t very perfect at all. He made a hideous beast who killed multiple of his loved ones and friends, and went on a rampage of destroying peoples homes and whatever else he came across. People in society did not accept this creature, because he was so horribly ugly.