Role Of Conflict In Frankenstein

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In the play ‘Frankenstein’, adapted from Mary Shelley’s novel by Philip Pullman, an important conflict is between the monster and society. This conflict is shown when the monster is forced to become evil, despite wanting to be nice. This helped me to understand just how much the way that society treats outcasts influences their behaviour, which was important because it is still relevant today.
There were many conflicts in Frankenstein, but the one that I found to be the most important would be the one between the monster and society. The monster came into this world friendly, curious, ready to learn – a baby in a monster’s body. He tries to reach out to people, but they reject him because he is hideous, massive, a monster. The
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