Monster In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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In this passage, Frankenstein’s monster is witnessing the reuniting of Felix, one of the members of the family that he is watching, and Safie, the Turkish woman that Felix is in love with. The Monster also experiences love, for Felix as well as the other members of the family, but does the Monster feel attracted to him? He does mention that he feels that Felix at one point is “as beautiful as the stranger”. The Monster recognizes beauty in both genders. This may give more insight into Mary Shelley’s personal life that may have spilled into her writing. Since Shelley’s parents were progressive thinkers, she may have been accepting of other sexual orientations, which is uncommon for the time period. Similarly, Victor Frankenstein has expressed
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