Lookism In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Lookism in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
One look at the creatures face and the people ran. They ran from this gruesome face that would chill anyone to their bones, but he was a splendid guy. Why did they run? Based on Mary Shelley’s book Frankenstein Frankenstein’s monster was confused and abandoned by creator. Frankenstein discrimination is present in the monsters looks. Victor Frankenstein could have prevented the discrimination by taking responsibility of his own creation and not judging the creature by its looks. Unfortunately lookism is still present today by judging a person just by a glance. This can be resolved if people would take time to know a person. It is essential this issue is discussed because it could reduce to violence
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