The Theme Of Thirst For Revenge In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Humans and animals have the thirst for revenge because it's a natural thing to do.
Once somebody wants revenge's there's no way coming back from it and their sole mission is to get it. Frankenstein tells the story of people whose sole purpose is revenge and wrong decisions. Mary Shelley shows that people’s hatred overcomes their judgement and also encourage impulsive action in frankenstein. The theme of the story goes both ways for each of the characters. Revenges can lead towards impulsive action. For example, the creature hated his creator for leaving him so that revenges led him to kill victor's brother. When the creature was all alone and his creator left him behind so over time the creature hated him and wanted to get revenge somehow.
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