“At first I started back, unable to believe that it was indeed I who was reflected in the mirror; and when I became fully convinced that I was in reality the monster that I am, I was filled with the bitterest sensations of despondence and mortification”(Shelley 80). The Creation of Frankenstein woke up in a world of hate. Since he looked different, the Monster never fit in with normal people. He would become isolated and feared because of his looks. Because the Monster was a hideous creation from Frankenstein, he was isolated and hated by his looks and behaved in an ethical manner when he began his path of vengeance.
Medea’s dialogue is the first thing that displays the destruction that will occur after her revenge is successful. Medea formulates a plan to bring maximum pain and suffering into Jason’s life, so she decides that she will “do it-(she’ll) kill (her) children now, without delay.” (1457) Medea is characterized as insane and cold-hearted because she voluntarily kill the children that she herself cared for and raised. Tragedy will occur soon after she creates her
I remember this now, in a rush that hits me so hard i fall.” (115 Lockhart). After this cadence starts to remember more about the fire. Like that the dogs died in the fire. Adventrally Cadence remembers that all of the liars died in the fire and her injury just made it seem like they are still alive. The book states “And here, I have killed them, I have killed them… kill them.
The creature murdered many innocent people knowing his in this pursuit of righteousness how it would so harshly effect Victor. “My own vampire, my own spirit let loose from the grave, and forced to destroy all that was dear to me” (Clemit). The creature as shown, was Victor’s own ugliness created into a horrid being; destroying all that made him happy in the world. “Shelly could be using the monster as a symbol for our own ugliness or the animal side of man’s nature. Although the monster appears to be the cause of fear and prejudice, he might stand for our ugly and violent reaction to something unknown and different” (Skuola.net).
In Maxine Kumin’s poem “Woodchucks”, the speaker’s tone is informative, but through anger the speaker makes a drastic change and the tone becomes murderous and obsessed. The speaker’s shift in tone is related to the radical climax the speaker has with the woodchucks in her garden. After she shoots one of the woodchucks, the speaker becomes entranced and captivated by killing. The speaker professes that before this she was a pacifist, but after dropping some of the woodchucks, she turns murderous and hunts endlessly for the last one. In the first stanza of the poem, the speaker’s tone is informative, because she is revealing her intent to kill the woodchucks who have wrongfully invaded her garden.
Yellow fever which is transmitted by a mosquito can cause: Fever, nausea, it can affect the kidneys and liver, and in most cases it causes death. In the story the people’s eyes and skin turn yellow hence the name “yellow” fever. Yellow fever has affected towns all over and doctors cannot get a grasp on it. The death and sickness gets so bad that people are told to stay inside and not leave for any circumstances other than to leave town. The death in the city rises from the hundreds to the thousands daily.
Victor should have taken into consideration that the monster was like this because he had experienced abandonment in a world he had not known. But, the disdain is understandable since the monster had murdered his relatives. The monster’s words seem surprising because if he thought his creator was worthy of love, why try and
When Victor misses, he shows the guests which way the monster ran and they all hunt for him, he was not found. As stated in the story, “This idea made me shudder and recalled me to action.” Victor’s anger caused him to want revenge on the monster so he spent the rest of his life chasing down the monster, to kill
“I now also began to collect the materials necessary for my new creation, and this was to me like the torture of single drops of water continually falling on the head” -Found on page 193 This passage is an example of a simile because Frankenstein compares gathering information about his project to torture. Mary Shelly wrote this section as a simile because she wanted to convey that something simple, gathering notes and talking to professors, could be a horrible experience. It shows how much Frankenstein does not want to perform this favor he promised to the monster. To compare his task to something so extreme and specific shows how much it is taring away at Frankenstein, his moral struggle and inner turmoil. “ ‘I am not mad,’ I cried energetically; ‘the sun and the heavens, who have viewed my operations, can bear witness of my truth.’ ”
Both villains have the physical appearance of external monsters. Those who first lay eyes on these monsters feel uneasy and have a sense that because they do not look like average humans, they are dangerous. Dr. Frankenstein’s monster only kills because he doesn’t understand cultural norms, and the only way Count Orlok can survive is by a food source outside the cultural norms of humans. Each monster has specific reasons as to why they kill their victims, whether it is out of self defense, misunderstanding, or because they needed