Abuse Of Power In Frankenstein

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When Society has the power to create, the creation is given the power to destroy through the choices of the men who want to gain from it. In the book, Frankenstein, society pushes and pulls at the emotions and opinions of the people who allow it to. From society telling victor what science he should be doing, to the judgement of the Creature only upon is looks and the incorrect persecution of Justine through evidence proving who killed William. The only real monster is society through its corrupted, imperiousness power over the people. In the book, Frankenstein goes to college to pursue his love of science like alchemy. When he joined his classes his professors persuaded him that his science not right. This is an excellent example of popular…show more content…
They only claim this statement of him being horrid from the sight of him. The Creature simple wants to help and learn from man, until they judged him upon his looks. “On seeing me, he darted towards me, and tearing the girl from my arms, hastened towards the deeper parts of the wood. I followed speedily, I hardly knew why; but when the man saw me draw near, he aimed a gun, which he carried, at my body and red.”(Shelley 169). Mankind has learned to judge simply on looks and popularity. “We are too quick to scapegoat, point blame, and direct hate towards innocent victims in the name of popularity” (Odyssey). This motivates the monster to want revenge on man. Society made the Creature to feel that way. The Creature kills only based upon his emotions. He kills others physically because of these remarks from people who don’t know his character. This motivating and energizing his…show more content…
Justine was found guilty because she was found with the locket that belonged to william(Shelley 93). The locket was planted. Society allows the Creature to get away with murder. This allows him to think he can get away with it and continue to murder Victor’s friends and family. This makes the creature turn into an animal, free to do whatever he desires. Some can say that Frankenstein or the Creature is the monster because of Victor taking advantage of science to become a god among man or the creature seeking revenge on Frankenstein by killing Victor’s family and friends. Society in the book pushed both man and creature into do these things by judging, belittling, and ridding one of his opinion. Society is the true monster, because of its ability to move, create and destroy the emotion and mental capacity of one to do what it
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