Frankenstein Essay | The 'Creature' Is a Victim

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The 'Creature' Is a Victim

Summary: The creature from Marry Shelley's novel "Frankenstein" displays many different human qualities. Some of these qualities include: the creature's ability to learn, his capability to feel pain, his desire to be accepted, and his need for affection and sympathy.
The creature from Marry Shelley's novel "Frankenstein" displays many different human qualities. Some of these qualities include: the creature's ability to learn, his capability to feel pain, his desire to be accepted, and his need for affection and sympathy. The need for affection and sympathy which the creature is unable to attain. This unrequited desire to be accepted causes the creature to be the victim of the novel. The creature is never given affection by human society because of his physical deformities, Dr. Frankenstein's denial to create him a mate, and the creature's violent behaviour.

The creature's violent behaviour causes him to never achieve the sympathy he desires and therefore never achieve mutual affection. Despite the fact that the creature is driven to violent acts, his violence cause Doctor Frankenstein and Walton to believe he is untrustworthy. Dr. Frankenstein decides that he will not make...

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