The Responsibility Of The Creature In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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The creature can be viewed sympathetically in several ways. The creature is a victim of his environment and it is not his fault he was created and abandoned by his creator due to his scary looks leaving him scared, homeless, all alone to fend for himself. “I possessed no money, no friends, no kind of property”;” I was hideously deformed and loathsome” (Shelly, 107). The creature was born in a world that wasn’t accepting of him because he was judge by his scary appearance and not recognized as a person. People would be afraid and run away from him. This was sad to me because he had feelings and a gentle side to him that didn’t seem to matter to others. There was once instance when the creature was watching a family that he took a liking too
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