The Consequences Of Frankenstein's Monster

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The creation of Frankenstein's monster leads to murderous outcomes because of the constant rejection from its creator. For example, when Frankenstein runs away from the monster, his thoughts were, “I sought to avoid the wretch, whom I feared every, turning of the street would present to my view. I did not dare to return to the apartment which I inhabited” (29). Frankenstein’s thoughts towards his monster, is the way the monster sees himself. Being rejected by someone affects the way you carry yourself as an individual. In effect, when the monster finds William in the forest, he says “Frankenstein! You belong then to my enemy- to him I have sworn eternal revenge! You shall be my first victim!” (79). Since the monster wanted revenge on Frankenstein,
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