How Does Victor Frankenstein Deserve To Live With Society

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When created by Victor Frankenstein the Monster does not understand anything he is a newborn baby trapped inside an adult body. The Monster is immediately labeled as a hideous, grotesque monster, by his creator Victor, and is forced to live a life of isolation. This leads to the question: Does the Monster deserve to live with the rest of society? Many scholars agree that the monster does not deserve to live with the rest of society but others may disagree. Also, The Monster does not have to live and work like every other human being but instead work for individual people. First, most scholar’s say that the monster does not deserve to live with society because, he needs to be educated about the virtues, he does not understand the value of life, and he does not know true justice. The Monster is not educated but was able to prove that he could learn a language in a short amount of time. However, just because he is capable of …show more content…

The monster killed Victor’s family member for no reason leading to Justine getting accused for the murder. This lose to the family filled Victor with guilt. Victor’s father said this in a letter when informing Victor about his brother’s death: “I wish to prepare you for the woeful news, but I know it is impossible; even now your eye skims over the page to seek the words which are to convey to you the horrible tidings. William is dead!—that sweet child, whose smiles delighted and warmed my heart, who was so gentle, yet so gay! Victor, he is murdered! I will not attempt to console you” (p. 77). Although the monster killed one man he is responsible for two deaths and when he confronts Victor. The Monster feels no remorse. One last reason why the monster does not deserve to live with the rest of society is because he does not know true justice. Victor promised the Monster he will make him a female companion just as ugly, so she will like the monster, but, Victor realized what he was

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