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Frankenstein Characterization Essay

Summary: This is an essay with characterization of Victor Frankenstein in "Frankenstein."
Victor Frankenstein is a dynamic character in this book. When we are first introduced to Frankenstein, he is a young boy eager to learn more of chemistry and life. He is was more interested in obtaining knowledge and was curious about apparitions and such. He was very caring for his family and he was a very open boy. He states, "I was capable of a more intense application, and was more deeply smitten with the thirst for knowledge (Ch.2, 30)."

In the middle of the story, he has developed into a "mad scientist" and fabricated a monster. He is, instead of more eager to learn, impatient about how to get rid of this creature he has created. He has become afraid and doesn't know what to believe the monster might have turned into. And he has ignored his family for all the while that he was away at...

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