Comparing Frankenstein And The Monster In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Have you read the book Frankenstein, watched the movie, or even heard of it? Frankenstein is written by Mary Shelley, it’s a book about how Robert Walton experiences an unusual encounter while he is in the Artic. He writes to his sister Margret and tells her how he saw a gigantic man being pulled by a dogsled, the next day he finds a man ill. Robert helps him back to health and that when the man tells him the story. The man ends up being Victor Frankenstein, he tells how he focused all his attention on designing something to create new life. Victor created this huge creature out of human corpse, when the creature opened his eyes Victor was so frightened at how ugly the monster was he hid for two years and got ill, he believed the creature was …show more content…
Now I’m going to write about some certain things I felt about the book, things like what similarities did Victor and the monster have and do they become more similar as the book goes on. How does their relationship with each other develop, and what their respective relationships with nature, desires for family you might …show more content…
Would you consider the monster good or evil? This can be a very tricky question and it’s an opinion because everyone will feel different about it. I feel like the monster at first is good and tries to fit in with everyone, be everybody’s friend. But he is cursed with how Victor Frankenstein has made him, out of all the dead parts of other people’s body and he is so hideous to all the people he has to find ways to survive on his own. He becomes evil as time go on, he needs love but all anyone gives him his hatred. The role of nature in the novel Frankenstein, Mary Shelley uses human nature often. When Frankenstein intends to create life, he cares not what measures he has to go to in order to do so, eventually creating a creature "unnaturally," which turns into a big disaster. Due to a lack of love and proper nurture, which is normally unnatural.
“I do know that for the sympathy of one living being, I would make peace with all. I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.” Mary Shelley
The above quote is from the book Frankenstein by Mary

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