Examples Of Injustice In Frankenstein

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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is a story of revenge and destruction . Shelly takes the audience through satisfying, yet emotional adventures throughout the book. A confrontation between a creator and a creature. In a novel by William Styron, a father tells his son that life “is a search for justice.” A character within the book that responds in some significant way to injustice is Victor Frankenstein. The character Frankenstein responds to injustice throughout the book with actions and by revealing the truth. Victor Frankenstein’s tranquility came to an end from the accomplishment of creating a monster. Injustice led Frankenstein to keep guilt within himself and become a dreary person. The actions committed by his creature …show more content…

Everywhere it turned to, he didn’t fit in because of his horror ness appearance. The creature states, “My person was hideous and my stature gigantic”(91) and “why did you form a monster so hideous that even you turned from me in disgust”(93). Nature itself didn’t console, nor satisfy either of them. Frankenstein vanished into the forest to find the monster after the death of William. His beloved brother wasn’t the only reason he was struck with rage. The accusations and execution of poor Justine raged Victor Frankenstein to set out in search for the monster. Soon, from a distance he saw the creature approaching him. With emotion and derange, Frankenstein wanted him to vanish and be gone. There soon was stress upon the shoulders of Frankenstein, Every encounter he had with creature meant nothing, nor resolved anything. Keeping the secret within himself about his creation led Frankenstein to feel no significance of life. He didn’t know where to turn to. Frankenstein says, “Sometimes I sat with my eyes fixed on the ground, fearing to raise them, lest they should encounter the object which I so much dreaded to behold”(120) and “he’s watching me”(125). Frankenstein wanted

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