Use Of The Creature In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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In the novel, Frankenstein, the author, Mary Shelley, uses frame story to express different viewpoints of each character. These figures include Robert Walton, Victor Frankenstein, and the Creature. Within these traits, Mary Shelley explicitly uses the Creature as her primary focus. She uses the Creature because she wants readers to understand how humanity rejects people due to their appearances instead of their inner self. Due to the monster 's appearances, humanity rejects him. Within this rejection of humankind, the creature was made evil. Throughout the novel, Mary Shelley explicitly portrays that not only did humankind shun the creature but his creator, Victor Frankenstein, also rejected the creature, making the creature becoming
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