How Does Frankenstein And The Monster Act In Secrecy

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“Secrecy, once accepted becomes an addiction,” said Edward Teller. Victor Frankenstein and the monster both act in secrecy, but for different reasons. What makes Victor and the monster act in secrecy, what makes them do what they do?

The first person whom we see to act in secrecy is Victor Frankenstein. Frankenstein has acted in secrecy many of times throughout the book. One of Victor Frankenstein's first act of secrecy is when he was making his monster. He did not tell anyone that he created the monster. Frankenstein did not tell anyone that he believed his monster killed William, his little brother. Victor did not tell Henry, his life-long friend, that he was creating a female monster. In Chapter four page 57, Victor Frankenstein writes;

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