The Role Of Victor's Loneliness In Frankenstein

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No matter how smart, or what time period or family anyone on this Earth has ever came from, it is safe to say everyone has made mistakes at some point in their life. In the novel of Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein was science student that set out on a completely unorthodoxed scientific experiment to recreate life from pieces of the dead. Along the way Victor made a numerous amount of errors before and after the creation of his “Monster” that aided in the destruction of himself. Victor destroyed who he was by becoming too caught up with his passion to create what he had been working so hard for, rejecting the responsibility of the monster to save his pride, and by shutting everyone that he ever knew at the time out of his life. Victor’s…show more content…
It changes people until they are able to find a way out. With everything Victor had done, from the start of his research to the creation of the monster, it aided him in putting himself in isolation from everyone he knew. When he started with his experiment he shut his friends and family out. He returned to family and friends now and then and found happiness, but he was always drawn back to his research. When he returned to his family, he was happy and he felt all the emotions and pleasures that failed to exist when he was not with them. He did not realize this however. His passion clouded everything else in his life which drove him into the first steps of the loneliness that led him to make the mistakes he did. After the monster was created and Victor had fled to outrun his problems, the monster drove Victor’s sense of loneliness to new heights. Victor felt he had no one to turn to because he did not want to tell anyone what he had created. Because of this, he became very depressed which took a huge toll on his mental side. He eventually came to a point where he wanted to put an end to his madness and set out to kill the monster. The novel of Frankenstein can be interpreted to a student who became so engulfed by the thought of recreating life from those that were dead that it ended up ruining who they were as a person. Through the pursuit of his found passion in his work he wanted to accomplish, the
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