How Is Frankenstein's Selfish Nature

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Nature definitely was an important part which makes up Frankenstein’s thought process and what he enjoyed. Your view on Frankenstein’s selfish nature is a downfall of our scientist who doesn’t consider what would happen after he creates the monster. He has no consideration for the monster’s feelings and should of made an effort to connect with his friends and colleagues on what his intentions were for the experiment and the outcome he expected once it came to life. The human monster may not have even turned out so ugly if he would of consulted with others during the process of his experiment. The quote and your discussion go hand in hand and indicates his excitement to creating a new species and how he would be owed by nature for his

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