However, Victors reckless and unthoughtful actions pushes the monster into a state of rage and hatred that overrides his ability to stop from exacting revenge on Victor. Victor initially creates the monster thinking that it will be an amazing creature, built from the best human body parts Victor could procure. After he views the outcome of his work he is repulsed by it and abandons it, hoping that it would cease to exist. Not only did the monster survive, but it learned to speak, write, and read. After reading the book Paradise Lost, the monster thinks of its own situation and states the following:
However, there are just as many differences. One example includes how they feel about one another after the incidents have occurred. Even though Victor did not care for the monster, the creature still glorified and talked highly about him. However, Victor blames everything on the monster and retains the hatred he has towards him. As Victor reflects on the past, he is filled with guilt.
I believe most of us are proud of our succeed in doing what people have not done before even though the results are not good as we expected. However, as the inventor of the Creature, Victor already does an impossible thing. Instead of being satisfied with his creature, he is disappointed because of its ugly appearance. Obviously, Victor’s attitude indirectly affects to the Creature personalities.
Many believe that revenge is a toxic emotion to carry around with us. However, vengeance is one of the strongest emotions we encounter as humans. At times even stronger than love itself. Victor Frankenstein’s ambition to be better than God himself led him to create the creature. In return the creature was rejected by the person who is supposed to love and protect him.
Hemingway App makes your writing bold and clear. Judgement has always been a part of the world, many people judge others for their appearance or for simply being different than they are. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is based on a scientist’s successful experiment of bringing a dead body back to life. Once the scientist succeeds, he is left frightened at his creation and abandons it . The scientist Victor Frankenstein calls his creation a “wretch” and assumes that it is evil solely based on it's appearance.
In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (A Modern Prometheus ) suffering a period of isolation has the ability to terminate one's happiness , resulting in the negative consequences . To begin ; Victor Frankenstein held a happy disposition in his love of science , but after the creation of his monster he finds himself utterly disgusted with what he's crafted . This disgust and the actions of the monster lead him to continually lock himself away-resulting in his pleasant demeanor converting to behavior of depressed mania . Another character who falls into this pattern of behavior is that of Alphonse Frankenstein . Alphonse has a close and loving relationship with his family , yet as they are taken from him by way of the creatures murder , he is slowly
Griffin Shea Toni J, Weeden Honors Senior English 7 November 2017 The Monster The story of Frankenstein portrayed by Mary Shelley will always be a classic In literature. However, one of the most talked about aspects of this novel is the “Monster”.
Destructive Knowledge In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Victor suffers from isolation by being in need of family, friends and society. Although Victor suffers from his own mistakes, he sees the effects of isolation from society, and by losing everyone he loves in his life, he drives himself insane and becomes dangerous. As a young boy, Victor had been surrounded by love from his family.
Introduction In the lifetime of Mary Shelley she experienced many misfortunes that influenced her writing. Many of Shelley’s misfortunes starting occurring at a young age which affected her mental health. Her novel Frankenstein is one of her works that was influenced by current events that were occurring and made her feel various emotions.
The first instance where we learn about the monster is through Victor’s point of view; however, due to the monster’s constant acts of revenge, everything Victor says shows his hateful bias against the creation. Victor describes that “breathless horror and disgust” (Shelley, 59) filled him and that he was “Unable to
Throughout the book Frankenstein, Mary Shelly uses nature imagery to show the character’s emotions and mood. Mary Shelley often uses nature and the character’s surroundings to reflect the character’s mood. In chapter 11, the monster is alone during the winter, having to survive in this unfamiliar world he is cold and frightened especially during the cold winter nights. “It was dark when I awoke; I felt cold also, and half frightened, as it were, instinctively, finding myself so desolate.” (Shelly, 105)
Curiosity is a very important trait for normal people. It is only natural for all of us to be curious, for us, as humans, find it interesting discovering and learning new things. In Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, curiosity is expressed as a negative feature us humans have. Mary Shelley describes Curiosity’s impacts and how it, for the most part, leads to misery and despair, but how it can also be used for better if you know how to control it. Curiosity can be essential if used correctly, but if it goes too far, it can lead to regretful pain.
Psychoanalysis of Victor Frankenstein. Victor Frankenstein suffers from Pathological narcissism. Victor has a physical disregard for life and the feelings of others. Victory has a deep desire to be at “the center of things and is served by extreme self-confidence, a combination that makes narcissists attractive and even charming” (Vogel) .
Frankenstein a dark tale about a Doctor, who became obsessed with creating life to bring back his dead mother and solve the mortality of man. Fate however had another plan. When the creature the doctor had created awoke and showed signs of life,he became detested at the sight of his creation. The monster then fled from his creator into the wilderness, but soon returned initiated his plans to force his creator to make him a companion. Victor refused to commit the act again and the monster began to slaughter his family once again.
As the novel goes on, Victor steadily starts growing into his responsibilities more and more recognizing himself as the true creator of this turned into “monster”. It is essential to recognize how Vicor’s view as role of the creator changes. His initial irresponsibility and inability to truly claim his creation, is what sparks the monster’s malicious ways in the first place. When he recognizes he is bound to his creature, he takes a type of responsibility by feeling he owes his creation a companion. Victor then goes on to take full responsibility by accepting he must destroy his creation before further damage is done.