Victor Frankenstein Is The True Monster In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Throughout the novel Frankenstein Mary Shelley defines monstrosity by the person’s actions, it is very clear that Victor Frankenstein is the true monster in the novel. The novel Frankenstein displays the conflicts between the creature and its creator. The creature is very venge full of Victor since he is very lonely.

Victor Frankenstein is the true monster in the novel, throughout the novel he has showed his obessiveness with science and his detachment from society. Victor is also very socially disconnected and constantly reverts to isolation.Victor she be held accountable for the creation of the creature, since he abandoned the creature and led it to be lonely. The creature took revenge against Victor because abandoned him and left him to
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