The Heavy Consentment In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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This quote explains the heavy resentment Victor Frankenstein held for the creature the second he had made him. Although Victor Frankenstein knew all of the scientific aspects to creating this new life and worked hard to do so, he feared and rejected the final outcome of his scientific creation. This vile reaction may also be held by members of today’s society if clones are created. To further explain, society often reacts with fear towards the unknown. In Frankenstein, not only did Victor Frankenstein despise the creature, but the villagers also reacted towards “the monster” with disgust.
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