Monster Rejection In Frankenstein

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In Mary Shelley’s book Frankenstein she presents the monsters rejection for society be the horrific cause of his rebellion and put the innocent people that face him at risk. Frankenstein tries to deal with the pain of being called names like ogor and wretch but couldn't take the pain anymore and rebels by killing Victor's loved ones and doesn't feel accepted but feels like an object.

The monster rejection on the system was based on specifically how Frankenstein outer appearance is. Whether we like it or not we are based on how society judges us and if you don't meet up to the standard code then you will get called names like the monster did. “Let me go… Monster! Ugly Wretch!”.( Shelley 122). The monster didn't reach society's standard of normal
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