The last thing that made the creature have full control over Victor was that he killed his newly wed wife. Victor and his wife just got married and on the night of their marriage the creature killed her. The creature gains full power over Victor by affecting his family and friends, the monster knows that if he hurts them he hurts Victor. The thing that the creature did that hurt Victor the most was killing Victor's new wife, this drove Victor into an intense amount of dread and self hatred. The thing that he created killed all of his family, and Victor himself runs from the creature to save himself.
The boy has to pay the price of death due to his brother’s wrong decisions and actions and frames Justine by putting the locket in her dress. Frankenstein is requested to make a female monster to live with the creature so that he will not be so lonely. Frankenstein starts this project by taking more body parts from a graveyard again and decides not to finish it, leaving the monster alone once again. This is another morally wrong idea in the book because the monster has to live alone with no one he can talk to or relate with. He is forced into isolation by Frankenstein's
Feeling unwanted, the savage runs away and finds shelter in a shed attached to the De Lacy family’s cottage. After he reveals himself to the cottagers, the run away, frightened at the sight of him. This releases the rage inside the beast. As the rage over takes him, the monster sets the cottage on fire. This same rage would later cause him to kill the loved ones of his master, Frankenstein.
Later that night, once everyone is asleep, Grendel enters Herot Hall to kill some of the men, but is instead mortally wounded by Beowulf. Because of Beowulf’s success and bravery, King Hrothgar, ruler of the land, gives him gifts and a feast in his honor. The second main point in the story Beowulf is the death of Grendel’s mother. When Grendel’s mother hears about the death of her son, she becomes angry and vows to avenge her son: “His mother’s sad heart, And her greed, drove her from her den on the dangerous Pathway of revenge.” (Raffel 1276 – 1278). This quote shows that Grendel’s mother most likely cared enough about Grendel that she wants to get revenge on those who killed her son.
Throughout literature, abandonment is a leading cause of conflict and struggle. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein is successful in his endeavor to create life, but once he sees the life he has created he runs from it out of fear. This causes the Creature to be left all alone, which makes him grow bitter and want to take revenge on Victor by getting rid of the people in his life. The Creature kills Victor’s brother William, his best friend Clerval, and his fiancee Elizabeth. All because he had nobody to love him.
As the scene began the visual element, light, is used to focus in on Victor and his wife, but as Frankenstein came into the frame to kill Victor’s wife the light shifted so that we could see only him. Frankenstein’s costume in this scene included tarnished clothing as he was covered in sweat and shaking, and in his face and his actions fear and hurt could be seen. The audience could see that he had been so hurt that he felt revenge was the only option. The light then followed Frankenstein’s hands as he reached up to kill Victor’s wife, which created an eerie and suspenseful feeling. In this moment there was no sound other than the music, which is an aural element.
" 'Frankenstein! you belong then to my enemy -- to him towards whom I have sworn eternal revenge; you shall be my first victim.” Upon his arrival to Geneva The Monster comes across a ‘beautiful child’, Victor’s younger brother William. The Monster was then enraged, and fueled by vengeance. This is Shelley’s way of revealing the Monster’s true inner character, and reminding the reader of his burning hatred for Victor. The tragic death of young William was 100% caused by the negligence of Victor.
One day, the marquis suggests that Julia should marry Duke de Luovo, an old, evil character, quietly the same as her father. Julia refuses to marry the duke and sinks in deep grief and depression but finally convinced by her brother Ferdinand to elope with Hippolitus, the night before her wedding. Unfortunately, their escape is failed; the Marquis and the Duke attack the couple in the hollow tunnels underneath the castle. The marquis stabs Hippolitus and throws Julia in a solitary boarding prison located on the remote south part of the castle grounds. 25 Later, Julia was informed that Hippolitus has died.
While the king is asleep, Macbeth sneaks into the king’s room and stabs him, despite all the blood on the dagger and his hands and all the consequences that would come with it. After Macbeth kills King Duncan, he realizes what he has done was wrong and starts feeling guilty, he brings the daggers he used to kill the king back to his room. Lady Macbeth then tells him to take them back to the scene of the crime but he refuses because he feels that he will get caught. So, Lady Macbeth describes him as being weak and takes the dagger back herself. Lady Macbeth smears blood on the
The Creation In Mary Shelly’s gothic novel Frankenstein a major problem that runs through the minds of both characters is that who was actually to blame for the horrible incidents that took place. I believe that both Victor Frankenstein and his monster were to blame for the death and destruction that occurred. Victor actions were a strong cause of all the chaos by causing his monster to feel alone and abandoned and never having someone there for him. With Victor shutting out his creation from the beginning his monster had to endure the harsh struggle of surving on your own in the wilderness. When Victor and his monster finally first meet victor says aloud to the monster, “Cursed be the hands that formed you” (Shelly 82) showing that Victor