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Grendel & Frankenstein Versus Society

Summary: Compares the classic literary monsters Grendel and Frankenstein. Describes how both Grendel and Frankenstein were treated by society. Explains why Grendel and Frankenstein became the monsters of their stories.
The monsters Grendel and Frankenstein have many qualities that links and separates them from each other, after you have read these two books you begin to realize the similarities and the difference of their being. The two monsters have gone through many similar events in their lives but they have also gone through events that have separated each other from one another. It showed us that even though you may have come from different backgrounds, you can still have the same life as each other. These two monsters show us that even though you may look like a monster on the outside inside you can be a complete different person.

Grendel and Frankenstein were not always evil; when they were born they were believed to be innocent. "When you first brought me to life, I was as helpless as a newborn baby, except that I could...

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