Theme Of Acceptance In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Acceptance within society is difficult, especially when you are being feared by your own family. This can lead you to do things that you didn’t think you would have done, such bringing immense sorrow to loved ones. Maybe even murder. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein the obsession for acceptance and love overcomes moral values in the monster, who then murders to teach a lesson to his master, but ends up becoming even more of an outlier. The monster is a very conflicted character. He has been rejected and isolated from society which he copes with in a very destructive way. The monster turns to murder to speak out about his obsession. To support this the monster kills Elizabeth instead of Victor on their wedding night. This brings sorrow into
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