He leaves the ship and departs into the darkness. The ending of this story is very believeable because from reading the novel, you could tell that even though the monster killed all of Victor's family, and through all of the evil actions that the monster made were only to get his creator to love him through his hideous looks and love him even though everybody else wouldn't, and when Victor died, all of the monster's TRUE feelings came
Later on, that same monster that persuaded Victor to make him to make him a female companion, threatened him and his loved ones. Once again, it’s too late when Victor realizes his fault at making a monster in the first place. After all the suffering that the monster had gone through, he asked Victor to make him a female companion, and Victor obeyed. In the process of making
The human emotions often represented in the Romantic Era of literature are clearly displayed in the novel Frankenstein through the monster itself. The monsters emotions are what rule him. He displays every negative human quality that each of us wishes didn't exist, such as rage, jealousy, and hatred. Chapter 20 is a prime example of this, in which we can see how he demonstrates human emotion in a negative as well as a positive aspect. “"The wretch saw me destroy the creation whose future existence he depended on happiness and with a howl of devilish despair and revenge, withdrew."
When people go to see a horror movie or read a horror novel, they expect to see, or read about, possibly an infinite amount of gruesome and disgusting creatures. What people most of the time do not realize is that the creature in the story is usually caused by human error and carelessness. In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, Victor, the titular character, creates a creature in which he abandons almost immediately and shows no respect for him; which causes the creature to commit chaos in Victor’s life. The problem in this story is not the hate the creature causes, but in the evil of Victor’s selfish mind inability to see the havoc he can prevent. The first fault that causes Victor’s action is his tenacious view on life and how it works.
But when he creates the monster, he is uncaring and horrified at it, this contrasts to what the reader has see before this event, Frankenstein was a loving family man who had and gave deep respect. Mary Shelley uses pathetic fallacy for climatic event, an example of this is when Victor Frankenstein created the monster. "It was on the dreary night of November, that I beheld the accomplishment of my toils. Because of this constant use of pathetic fallacy, the reader can see when things are about to go wrong, like when the de Lacey's rejected The monster or when Elizabeth got killed, these events occurred in winter and stormy conditions. Winter is a time of destruction and is also when the monster got created and most of Victor Frankenstein's family got killed.
Frankenstein and the Mariner In the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” and the novel Frankenstein¸ there are many similarities. When the shift occurs, it changes the characters’ lives significantly. Once they have realized what they caused, they feel penitent and end up solitary and disgusted with themselves. The antagonist characters have similarities as well, such as killing people that the main characters loved, and were close to, and setting a bad curse or problem to everyone around them. There are many similarities seen throughout the novel and poem, but these are the biggest eye openers.
Are all monsters bad? In the Frankenstein novel written by Shelley, this monster wants is to be your friend. OK so that may sound really strange, but it’s true. Frankenstein’s Creation was badly misunderstood by every person he came in contact with. This Creation was seen as a big scary monster that would kill you if he even laid eyes on you.
In the original Frankenstein the monster is sensitive and intelligent being but due to a sense of abandonment becomes biter and murderous. Many adaptations strip away his human qualities and made him appear as a terrifying killing machine such as the 1931 movie “Frankenstein” directed by James Whale. The first film adaptation was brought to the silver screen in 1910, however the most well known image of the monster from the 1931 film adaptation. Boris Karloff played the monster and his version has forever been the image we now know today. Multiple sequels and adaptations were made and many parodies such as “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, “Bride of Frankenstein”, and “Kyofu Densetsu: Furankenshutain (The Monster of Frankenstein).” Even people who have never seen or read an adaptation of Frankenstein would still likely share the general assumption of who Frankenstein is and what he looks like.
So, Victor Frankenstein was guilty as he created the creature, and left him alone. Victor caused Frankenstein’s monstrous appearance and his appearance resulted in misunderstandings about the creature. The main point is that the guilty one of these misunderstandings, the creature’s appearance and his exclusion from society was Victor Frankenstein, the creator. Particularly by focusing on the given passages 15, 16, and19, I will try to show how far away Victor is from humanity. Before Frankenstein creates the creature, Frankenstein goes graveyards to collect dead body parts with an aim to accomplish his ambition.
Both Victor and Frankenstein have a human and demonic side to them. In the beginning of the novel Victor shows many human traits to do with his need for knowledge and for love. However as the story progresses, we see this unloving perturbed, malicious and somewhat dark side of Victor. It is firstly evident in his disgust for his creation when he says. “For this I had deprived myself of rest and health.