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Frankenstein is Different Than His Creation

Summary: In Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," the monster's creator, Victor Frankenstein, is nothing like the monster he built. Unlike his creation, Victor had a loving family and a place in society. He developed a different way of life right from the moment he was created.
Because of being raised in two different lives, people develop unlike characteristics. When a father or in this case a creator, flees his offspring they can not learn from one another and become like each other. In Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein," Victor Frankenstein is not even the slightest bit comparable with the Creature.

Although there's lots of information that leads to the belief Frankenstein is different than the creature, many make the mistake he's more alike. Yes, Frankenstein created the creature, but the creature was separated from him right from his creation and they did not encounter each other again and the creature had developed different characteristics and habits on his own, never seeing Victor. In any possible way, Victor Frankenstein is not like the creature.

Victor Frankenstein was born and raised in a family; the creature had the misfortune of being abandoned at...

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