The Monster In Mary Shelley's Jealousy

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In the novel Frankenstein, both Victor Frankenstein and his monster live tragic lives. Between the death of Victor’s loved ones and the monster having nobody to love him in the first place, it becomes difficult to decide who really deserves the most pity. Although it may seem that victor lost more, his misery does not compare to that of the monster’s. Because the monster was ridiculed by society for his appearance and had no one to connect to, the monster deserves the most pity. The monster deserves the most pity due to his rejection from society. To start off, the monster gets rejected by his creator, Victor. When first seeing the monster come to life and grin at him, he reacts with, “How can I describe my emotions at this catastrophe, or
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