He thinks that he is apart of the human community and he is made from other humans, but the monster is entirely not human. His mind thinks that all “creatures” are alike. The monster’s appearance is out of the norm. It was impossible for him to not receive the treatment among man because the parts in which he was created by does not look human anymore. He is an abortion and an anomaly in society and his existence is extremely monstrous.
However he remained estranged from society because of the emotional burden of guilt he had to carry around with him for the rest of his life. No other human could comprehend the consequence of extreme guilt following him around forever. Not only was his family broken but his spirit was also broken. All Frankenstein could focus on now was killing his creation. He had to distance himself from his family and lifelong love because being too close to anybody was like target to the monster.
No father watched my infant days, no mother had blessed me with smiles and caresses” (Shelley 109). Without the guidance of Victor the creation has no means of obtaining answers to questions he desires. As The Monster finishes his story he “demands a creature of the opposite sex”(Shelley 135). The Monster demands Victor to comply to his solution so that the turmoil Victor causes him can end. Victor by neglecting his creation is responsible for the turmoil and suffering that the creation
The monster wants to fit and make a friend since he is also lonely. “The monster had a rough journey, to fit in and make a friend. He met the DeLacey’s, but when he showed himself to them, they shooed him away because he was ugly. The were quick to judge them, it left him in pain. So, finally he went to find Victor and tell him his harsh adventure and demand for a companion.
Instead, he flees in terror from, in a sense, his own child. The murders that follow are simply a product of misguidance of the part of the creator. If Frankenstein would have simply taken care of his responsibilities maturely, then all of the death and sadness could have been avoided. In the end, Frankenstein can 't help but blame the creation. He never offers any affection towards the poor creature.
The creature desires human interactions to acquire companionship, but later met with violent reactions leading him to depart. The monster recounted,”...but I had hardly placed my foot within the door before the children shrieked, and one of the women fainted. The whole village was aroused: some fled, some attacked me, until, grievously bruised by stones and many other kinds of missile weapons”(Shelley 103). This reaction is natural in humans since they have instincts to judge by appearance rather than personality. As the monster stood in their village, they had never seen such a monstrosity, so they reacted with fear.
Also there is no way they can be similar because Frankenstein is fake and made a monster. All of Frankenstein's sadness started with him and it is his fault. He is the one that made the monster so he is the reason for his sadness. Mary had no power in her sadness like(). There is no way that they are similar because Frankenstein is responsible for his sadness and if he did not make the monster then he would have been happy.
Frankenstein doesn’t even seem to care about the fact that a few days earlier the “barbarous villagers” had tortured him. Notice they use of the word barbarous, if you don’t understand that you need to look up what a barbarian is. Another
Victor Frankenstein, is at fault for the creature’s actions. Victor was looking for some honor and triumph, but when he accomplished his experiment, not only did it bring terror to Victor, but to the whole world. The monster never learned right from wrong and was never raised correctly, his first moment of life, all he experienced was the fear in Victor's emotion, and was abandoned right from the start. Victor selfishly isolated himself from society and ran away from his responsibilities which caused destruction to the people Victor cared for and loved deeply. The creature was known as a monster and was doomed due to his appearance.
Similarly Victor’s monster was not raised with the foundation of a good moral character. When the monster was first created he possessed more strength than he knew what to do with. Without any guidance the monster was abandoned by Victor Frankenstein and forced to learn everything on his own. The monster was released into the world without any knowledge of morals, independence, solving problems, tolerance, or even communication. These are all essential skills that every child learns while growing up in.
The creature can be viewed sympathetically in several ways. The creature is a victim of his environment and it is not his fault he was created and abandoned by his creator due to his scary looks leaving him scared, homeless, all alone to fend for himself. “I possessed no money, no friends, no kind of property”;” I was hideously deformed and loathsome” (Shelly, 107). The creature was born in a world that wasn’t accepting of him because he was judge by his scary appearance and not recognized as a person. People would be afraid and run away from him.
As soon as the creature comes to life Victor is startled by his appearance, as well as everyone else in the novel. From the beginning the monster was abandoned by everyone. He didn 't have friends or family. Victor was not the only one that turned him away. People that didn 't even know him were scared by his appearance.
Verbal bullying is teasing or taunting. Students may be bullied because they was a bully once or just don’t fit in with the group. Maybe they don’t want to be bad or maybe they are getting blackmailed. 99.9% of bullies were bullied. That is how most kids become bullies.