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Frankenstein: Like Father Like Son

Summary: Examines similarities between inventor Victor Frankenstein and his creation in the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley.
In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, the saying, "like father, like son" pertains extremely to Victor and his creation. Even though, on the outside Victor and his fiend have uncountable differences, their true selves are very similar. An example is that both the monster and Victor are mentally imbalanced. Victor believes his childhood to be perfect and without flaws, pronouncing him crazy. On the other hand, his creation never had a childhood, leading to countless murders of townspeople, also pronouncing him crazy. "The apple never falls far from the tree" refers to Victor and his creation in Frankenstein as well. Victor and his creation are very similar in many different ways.

One very important resemblance between Victor and his creation is their quality of being spoiled. There are countless examples of Victor and the fiend being spoiled. For one, Victor got a sister as a birthday present...

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