Society's Ignorance In Frankenstein

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In the poem Frankenstein, it is clearly shown that society’s ignorance can stop people from seeing one’s personality. An example of this message in the poem is when the villagers are chasing the monster with cudgels and rakes because he is ugly. This event shows that the villagers do not know the monster well, which makes them ignorant. This impedes them from seeing the monster’s human side. Another great example about society’s ignorance is when the monster sits down with the blind man. The monster is discriminated because he is ugly. Because the blind man can’t see, he cannot make the ignorant judgments the villagers make. Instead, the blind man invites the monster to sit next to him because he understands how he feels. The blind man is the
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