Theme Of Justice In Frankenstein

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In Mary Shelley’s gothic novel, Frankenstein, the theme of justice becomes explored. Both Frankenstein and the Creature suffer greatly from their actions towards one another. Mary Shelley makes it obvious to the reader that both parties endure showing their emotional distress and odium towards one another through their “justified” actions. The creature lives in a cruel environment. Rejected and isolated from the rest of the world. While Frankenstein has his family and friend taken away from him by the Monster. However badly the Creature behaves he is not totally at fault for his actions. When the Creature commits his crimes, he is driven by a sense of emotion and justice.”He lives in the moment and acts upon his festering rage. I commit
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