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In Frankenstein by Marry Shelly it is noticeable that Victor Frankenstein and the Monster have strong and weak points that give readers the impression that it is possible they are the same person, though they are not. A strong point that Victor and the Monster have is the ability to learn from others, this played a large part in these two characters lives.
Victor Frankenstein's ability to learn from others allowed for the creation of his monster. It is learned in chapter 3 that Mr. Waldman had become an influence on Victor, and is the one who pushes him towards his goal of creating life from dead tissue. "I am happy to have gained a disciple: and if your application equals your ability, I have no doubt of your success." (1) Mr. Waldman had also taught Victor how to use his equipment, so Victor would be able to conduct his research. The Monster was then created but was not able to use his brain. He then had to learn how to speak, write, and survive since Victor had left him to die. The Monster stumbles across a family living in a cottage in Germany. Unlike Victors ability to learn from other's the Monster had to work much harder. " My days were spent in close attention, that I might more speedily master the language; and I may boast that I improved more rapidly than the stranger." (2) The monster was a lot more eager to learn from others than Victor was, because the Monster wanted to find out what he was and he wanted to get revenge on Victor and with out the ability to read the Monster would never have found him. Once the Monster had learned of Victor's whereabouts his incredibly strong urge for revenge took over.
Victor did not have any need for revenge until the Monster had murder every one who was close to Victor's heart. The Monster did not stop killing off Victor's family until Victor had felt the pain of not having anyone to be loved by. The Monster's revenge began with th