Frankenstein spent many weeks and months on his creation and put tedious amounts of work into his experiment. When his creation truly came to life abandoning the creature is what began the chain of events that would become this wretch. Abandonment made the creature lose trust in his creator, after he was seen as a ‘vile insect’(p.118). The creature makes a promise to Frankenstein stating, “I will glut the maw of death, until it be satiated with the blood of your remaining friend”, (p.119). Frankenstein’s actions made a monster out of his creation.
Ultron, on the other hand, finds people to be frivolous and weak. Tony doesn’t rejoice when his creation flees (Like Victor) but instead immediately tries to track, find and put a stop to him. Stark doesn't get to hear ultron's point of view directly as Frankenstein does by coming face to face with his creation. Due to this inability to talk face to face, Stark and his friends decide to battle it out with Ultron, unlike Victor, who listens to his creations story and point of view. It is easy to see the similarities between the two popular works, even though they have
Frankenstein’s Failure Summary In the article “Frankenstein’s Failure” by Daniel Kokotz, he claims that Victor Frankenstein was so wrapped up with the ambition to be the first to discover the secrets to life, that he failed to realize or think about the negative effects that come with creating a human being. In the article, Kokotz gives an expose of the novel “Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus”. Kokotz had an interesting view of Frankenstein's motives, he implies that in the story Frankenstein had completely innocent goals, but they end up haunting him. In fact, his dreams were even generous in nature, as he hoped to better humanity by eliminating death and disease.
The monster born from the use of other people’s limbs and organs, despise his “beautiful” master because he is born perfect. Due to this imperfection the monster is sentenced to solitude upon creation. The creature that is Grendel and Frankenstein’s Monster are more “human” than actual human beings. They were curious about their own creation, both had suffered from loneliness, and had suffered from complete isolation from the rest of civilization. Grendel and the monster only want socialization with other is that too much to
The creature is disliked by people because of its hideous character. For the creature, it finds this experiences painful since he loves people and would like to be incorporated into the way of life of people. He wants to be loved, his numerous attempts to fit into the life and the way of life of human beings makes it realizes that it won’t be loved and accepted. His first experiences with the society are where it opens its eyes and is finds out that Victor is scared. The creature finds itself in an awkward situation where he is left alone by someone who created him.
For instance, Frankenstein is now apologetic for his creation, because “ the beauty of the dream [has] vanished” Frankenstein looks a the creature with such “breathless horded disgust,” he no longer wish for creation to exist (Shelley 70). Frankenstein feel s ambulant because of his actions, he now regrets the making of his creation. Victor Frankenstein is now feared of the hideous creature he has created, no longer wants the recognition of creating this creature, this creature isn’t even socially accepted because of his appearance. As a result, Frankenstein in the real monster of the novel, because he has regrets for the created a creature without facing the fact that it would eventually have to socially interact with others. The actions of Frankenstein creating this frightening creature, created a wretched outcome, because the creature was overwhelmed with such hate that the creature had killed people whom Victor Frankenstein cared for.
During act 3 the Monster wanted to be with someone innocent like William Frankenstein, but even he rejected it, thus making it angry and want revenge. This also proves that the Monster was originally kind hearted, its evilness was caused by his environment and
A lot of people that have read Frankenstein say that the creature and the creator are nothing alike. Everyone has their own opinion. As I was reading the book, Frankenstein, I have noticed a lot of similarities between the both of them. Victor Frankenstein was known as the crazy scientist in town, anyone who really did not know him always judged him. All he wanted to do was create something that no one ever thought he could do.
Why? Because society always judges one thing: appearance. First, Victor Frankenstein. When Victor created the monster, he wanted to do what his professor told him to do. To unfold to the world the deepest mysteries of creation.
In some aspects, Frankenstein is similar to The Story of Edgar Sawtelle. In both novels, playing God plays a key role in the storylines and has a significant impact on the characters. In Frankenstein, Victor tries to play God by creating life. However, this action winds up hurting him, since his abandoned creation seeks revenge on him for the injustice he causes in the monster's life. It is clear that Victor can not handle the responsibility of playing God, since shortly after finally creating the monster, “breathless horror and disgust filled my heart” and he is “unable to endure the aspect of the being” he creates.
7) Discuss how two texts studied have explored the connection between a sense of place and purpose. Our place and purpose are fundamental aspects of who we are as people. Where we fit into the world around us and the role we play in that world are often explored through texts that explore the views of the author or director. Texts sometimes show how even with a well established sense of place, our purpose can be unintentionally lost and through our interactions with society, can be altered.