Receiving Justice In Frankenstein

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Receiving Justice (Mythological) Justice in the creature’s eyes is not just to fix karma, but meaning equality for all in society. Justice refers to the quality of being fair and reasonable. The creature was thirsty for justice and fairness between him, society, and especially his creator, Victor Frankenstein. As the creature learns by experience, he notices he is hideous and does not fit in with the world. “The source of the conflict between Victor and the monster starts when the monster knows that he has been the victim of foul injustice at the hands of humans and he wants Victor to correct these wrongs, and do in this way, justice” (Skuola.net). The unjust way to get back at Victor results in loss and brutal suffering from the hands of…show more content…
The creature acts out and needs revenge against Victor because of the way his creator left him after just bringing him into the world. The way of revenge isn’t directly to Victor but to those who are meaningful to him. The creature strangles William, Victors brother and places the deed on Justine, a family friend of Victor’s. “His deeds of revenge and mischief are due to pain, suffering and abandonment” (Skuola.net). Once Victor hears of the death of his brother, he travels back to his family. On the way back home, he notices a large object moving towards him in the woods and at that point all the questions about his brother’s death connect. “Its gigantic stature, an the deformity of its aspect, more hideous than belongs to humanity, instantly informed me that it was the wretch, the filthy demon to whom I had given life. Could he be (I shuddered at the conception) the murderer of my brother?” (Shelly 63). The creature was so lonely and just needed a friend but all he had was…show more content…
The appalling monster, Victor created was wrongfully portrayed as the evil in the novel. The creature murdered many innocent people knowing his in this pursuit of righteousness how it would so harshly effect Victor. “My own vampire, my own spirit let loose from the grave, and forced to destroy all that was dear to me” (Clemit). The creature as shown, was Victor’s own ugliness created into a horrid being; destroying all that made him happy in the world. “Shelly could be using the monster as a symbol for our own ugliness or the animal side of man’s nature. Although the monster appears to be the cause of fear and prejudice, he might stand for our ugly and violent reaction to something unknown and different” (Skuola.net). The creature exposed to Victor the wrongs of messing with creation and utter seclusion from
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