Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Frankenstein

My theme is about human injustice towards outsiders. Throughout his narrative, the monster worries over mans cruelty to those who are different than they are because of the fear of differences. Frankensteins monster is an outcast. He doesnt belong in human society. Yet the monsters alienation from society, his unfulfilled desire for a companion with whom to share his life, and his ongoing struggle for revenge, are all shared by his creator. As the story develops, Victor becomes increasingly like his creation. Both live in relative isolation from society, both hate their own miserable lives, and both know suffering. Shelley, through this theme, paints a very obvious portrait of man and his relationship with outsiders, as well as the cruel vengeance of society.

As soon as the monster comes to life, Victor is filled with intense hatred.
He explains, ?the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart.? This quote goes very well with the theme, of the paper, of human injustice towards outsiders. It shows that even his creator instantly places him as an outcast before the monster had any chance to become anything else.

Here, the monster shows a unique ability to

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