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True Nature of the Monster

Summary: Essay discusses the monster in "Frankenstein" as well as his true identity and nature.
Even though it appears on the surface that Frankenstein's monster exhibits actions that appear to be evil and malicious, the reader cannot help but to sympathize with his problems. From the very beginning it is obvious that the monster only wants the approval and the acceptance of his creator. The monster is a type of character that can be compared to a child because the monster like a child only wants the parents to love and to accept them for who they are. In many cases children almost break their backs to be accepted through the eyes of the parent. The monster does not know all things that are right and wrong, and so he figures by doing the things he is doing, just maybe Victor Frankenstein would reach out and embrace him. The monster is a not a dumb character; but the reader also...

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