The Real Villain In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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The Real Villain Experiences, they mold your personality. They dictate what kind of person you are going to be. Victor Frankenstein clearly did not understand this when he created his “monster”. He left his creation alone in the world to figure things out by itself. In doing so, Frankenstein left the creation to terrible experience that cause him to become murderer. The deaths that the creation orchestrated were all rooted to not being raised correctly and having a warped view of the world. All of the deaths in Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” are Victor’s fault because he left his creation to experience all of the terrible aspects of humanity without any balance or love that a creator owes to its creation. These experiences all begin with Frankenstein running away after realizing what he has created. When Frankenstein brought his poor victim to life he realised the magnitude of his actions. He felt he had created an “ugly monster” and that he had made a mistake. The countenance of the creature immediately scared off Victor even though it was his creation. “Oh! no mortal could support the horror of that countenance.” (Shelley 48) Frankenstein even admit to his refusal of support simply because of the appearance the creature has. Not only is it Frankenstein’s fault that the creature has the appearance of a “monster”, he is also guilty of leaving the creature to its own devices without any guidance. Without the guidance of a creator, it is quite possible to end up misguided and
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