Frankenstein Persuasive Essay

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Steve Jobs once said, "Your time is limited, so don 't waste it living someone else 's life." He was telling people to to make life their own, and to make their own choices, because that is what makes people unique and determines what happens to them during their lifetime. In the graphic novel "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley, Victor Frankenstein devotes years of his life to create life from the once dead.But Frankenstein recoils at the sight of his finished creation, deciding at once that he wants nothing to do with the "wretched beast". The Monster, now alone, has no one to guide him or show him right from wrong. He goes on a rampage, murdering three of the people Frankenstein was close to. The Monster loathes Frankenstein, declaring him his enemy for abandoning him. He didn 't choose life, he was put here by a science experiment gone 'wrong '. In a sense, it wasn 't the…show more content…
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