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The Morality of Frankenstein

Summary: Explores themes from the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley. Focuses on the Frankenstein monster. Considers if, although he committed horrible acts, he can still be considered good and moral.
In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley there exists a monster that was created. This monster was feared by everybody and inclusively killed people. Even though the monster committed horrible acts, it was evident that he was still a good person.

The monster was thought to be an evil creature but really was a good being. He did many rightful acts that showed the reader he was a fine individual. The monster said, "By degrees I made a discovery of even greater moment. I found out that these people possessed a method to one another by articulate sounds. I perceive that the words they spoke sometimes produced pleasure or pain, smiles or sadness, in the minds and countenance of the hearers. I ardently wanted to become acquainted with it. I discovered the names of many things and familiar objects such as; fire, milk, bread, and wood...

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