Frankenstein By Thick Nhat Hanh

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"Hatred and fear blind us. We no longer see each other. We only see the faces of monsters, and that gives us the courage to destroy each other." by Thick Nhat Hanh. In Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is about a man taken over by the interest in science. This scientists is named Victor Frankenstein, he was extremely interested in creating life or in an other sense acting as God. He creates the monster but it came with consequences, which nobody could ever imagine.The monster was kind hearted but nobody realizes, the characters in the book looked at his appearance and straight past his heart, feelings and his life. Victor didn't realize how this would affect him and the monster in the future. Victor and the monster are both driven by revenge in …show more content…

Victor thought he was doing a service to humanity by creating a "new human." Victor wants to figure out how to cheat death, and he had allowed himself to be overcome by ego. If successful, Victor would be revered by the creature(s) he creates and his creations would make Victor a human god, or so he thought. Of course, after stitching together various parts of human corpses to create his new being, Victor succeeds in reanimating the dead, but is immediately repulsed by his creation and its "ugliness." Victor falls into a deep depression and shuns his creation, perhaps because now that he's conquered death, his replacement as God is …show more content…

He argues that their "joint wickedness" would be enough to destroy the world. The creature replies by saying that he is only malicious as a result of his misery. Victor is haunted by the fear that the creature will wreak havoc upon his family in his absence, he recalls that the creature has vowed to follow him wherever he might go. Frankenstein vows never to create another being like him, the creature calls him his "slave" and reminds him: "You are my creator, but I am your master." The monster leaves him with a chilling promise: "I will be with you on your wedding-night." Because the monster knew that the losts of Victors wife would destroy him, so one night the monster sneaked into the room and strangled Elizabeth to death and Victor shoots but missed the monster. The monster was right, Victor did get destroyed mentally. Victor had fear about the monster even more then before but now Victor wanted to kill the monster, no he needs to kill the monster. But Victor died on a ship, after Victors passing the monster shows up and breaks his neck out of sadness and frustration. He asked to kill the monster, so he didn't see the monster and he shot and killed a monster. And that's why the relationship ends and they were both lived unhappy

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