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Similarities between Victor Frankenstein and the Monster

Summary: In Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein and the monster share three significant qualities: the need for familial bonds, a love of nature, and the desire for vengeance against their enemies. Though they're different in many ways, these similarities bond the two.
Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein portrays two characters, Victor Frankenstein and the monster, which are similar is many aspects. Victor and his creation, the monster both have a desire to create familial bonds. Victor wants to marry his love Elizabeth and the monster wishes to find companionship in the De Lacey household. These characters have strong relationships with nature; anytime they are feeling miserable, they are able to find solace in nature. Victor and the monster also are filled with a passionate vengeance, which is exemplified during the concluding chapters of the novel. Despite their drastically different appearances and lives, Victor and the monster have many similarities.

Victor Frankenstein had a happy childhood and as he got older his bond with his family only grew stronger. When he went away to the university, he grew away from his family, however, after creating his horrible...

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