Frankenstein Essay | Victor's Innocent

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Victor's Innocent

Summary: Essay consists of a discussion of the novel of "Frankenstein."
In Frankenstein Victor Frankenstein creates a monster that ends up destroying a myriad of lives. Guilt torments Victor, but should it? When Victor creates the monster he only has good in mind, he blames himself solely because of his anguish, and he did not kill anyone. Victor Frankenstein is innocent.

Victor creates the monster thinking, ."..but what glory would attend the discovery if I could banish disease from the human frame and render man invulnerable to any but a violent death!" He does not want others to go through the pain and sorrow he went through when his mother died. He means good; there is not a sliver of evil on his mind. He did not make the monster to be a serial killer. An eleven-year-old boy from northern California was tried for shooting a playmate with a high-powered riffle on June 6, 1998. The boy appeared in court and...

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