The Role Of Monsters In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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There are many monsters in history such as Hitler and Joseph Stalin. These people are considered monsters due to them killing millions of people. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein there are many monsters, but the main three are The Creation, Victor Frankenstein, and society. Frankenstein took place in Geneva. Victor Frankenstein decided that he wanted to create life which is how The Creation was born. Due to fear and the grotesqueness of The Creation Victor fled causing the creation to grow up on his own and learning by watching others. The Creation did not fully understand his lifestyle and he also hated Victor for fleeing so he killed many of Victor's family for revenge and even framing someone else for one of the murders. They are all three
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