Frankenstein

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Frankenstein

Throughout Mary Shelly's Frankensteinthere are many instances where it is reassured that the creature has every right to be angry with not only his creator, but also the human species. In life we are taught to love and or hate by our fellow man and in the creators' case he is taught pain and cruelty. Even though the creature is hideous and not human like he is initially looked upon as a monster and judged wrongfully. When people label you a certain way it ends up that you become that way.

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The creatures interactions with humans is always negative and one of pure hate. Whenfirst created his own creator, Frankenstein looks upon him as a monster and abandons him at a crucial period. The creature was like any new born, yearning for love and attention and in the end he decided to act out in order to retrieve it. Not only did his creator shame and abandon him, but also society together. He was not like them and therefore they did not want anything to do with him. They could not look past his differences and showed him a world of hate and cruelty, a world he came to live. The creature therefore became outraged and knew not of love, but instead what he had been showed, a world of hate and destruction. He acted out the only way he knew how. HE began to go on a killing spree, killing off those Frankenstein loved most, not because he wanted to kill, but because he wanted to be loved, an action and feeling no one was willing to offer. Frankenstein was not willing to own up to his actions and for it suffered in the end. The creature's actions were justified because they were all he knew. He acted out of pure hate, but in the novel it is clearly stated why and how this came about. Though the particular people he killed did nothing to him he could not differentiate them from his creator. To the creature all humans were the same. Throughout the book the creature grows very much intellectually and learns to fen…