What Are The Characteristics Of Victor Frankenstein's Monster

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Victor Frankenstein’s monster becomes mad at humanity several times throughout this book. For instance, he was never ecstatic about the fact that Victor, in his own mind, abandoned him. When the family becomes scared of the monster, his mood changes from hopeful to furious because he had provided for them a numerous amount of times. Another example of his anger is when he saves this young girl from drowning and then a man tries to kill him, but the fiend murders him. This monster has a pattern to his anger though. Every time mankind rejects him solely based on how he looks, he becomes very
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