Frankenstein Monster Impact On Society

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The vivid description of the monster’s emotions highlight the impact that society’s actions towards the monster had on his motivations for revenge and acts of violence. Society’s hostile actions towards the monster lead the monster to feel completely isolated and alienated from society. He is seen as ‘the other’. He was not seen as a creation, a creature, or a living being, but as a monster. All the monster required was love and companionship. Any human connection would have been sufficient for him. When a little boy came running to his direction “an idea seized (him) that this little creature was unprejudiced and had lived too short a time to have imbibed a horror of deformity. If, therefore, (he) could seize him and educate him as (his) companion
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