The Role Of Creation In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Imagine being cast into exile by your own parents at birth, forcing you to discover the world on your own. That’s exactly what Victor Frankenstein did to his own creation in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Destruction and turmoil were some of the many things brought about by Victor’s reactions towards creating life. Instead of facing the new problems placed in front of him by his decision to create a new being, Victor ran away. He left his creature without the fatherly guardian it needed when first discovering the world, thus creating an vindictive relationship between the two. This relationship lead to the death of Victor’s loved ones by the creature’s hands; however, the distressed mindset that pushed the creature to seek revenge was ultimately
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