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Frankenstein and the Importance of Friendship

Summary: Essay is an analysis on "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelly and shows how friendship played an important role in the story.
In Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, friendship played an important role. The absence of a friendship can hurt so badly. Friendship was the key goal of the monster from when he was created until he committed suicide. Lack of friendship, in the monster's case led to jealousy and rage. In the paragraphs below I will illustrate how loneliness and isolation were both factors that motivated the monster to turn to a destructive force.

The monster was rejected from the beginning of his creation. His own creator rejected him. How would you feel if your own parents rejected you just because they thought you were hideously ugly? This would hurt or enrage anyone who would be in that situation. Frankenstein abandoned the monster alone in the world. The monster had to fend for himself. He had no one to comfort him, support him, or love him...

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