Wwhenever they are sick and need help, they never get special care from a vet to see if everything is okay., Mand most importantly, they never get love and affection. Some of them do not even know what love is and how it feels to have a owner that would do anything for their dog. Whenever the sick dogs breed they pass on that sickness to their puppies. Once their puppies get sick they only last about nine9 to ten10 days and then their sickness will cause them to die off. The owners of puppy mills will sell the puppies to Ppetsmart, Ppetco, and other breeders around the area.
When you look in the window at a cute little puppy at a pet store have you ever thought about what that puppy’s life might have been like before they got to that store? Frankly speaking, I never did until I started reading about puppy mills. Puppy farms or puppy mills are institutions of cruelty usually hidden from public view where dogs are housed in shocking appalling conditions. It is not unusual for large number of dogs to be crammed together in filthy pens and cages. As a pet owner, animal lover, or as a concerned adult, it is time for us to save this helpless dogs and puppy as puppy mills are extremely inhumane and need to be stopped.
Victor Frankenstein is a deeply troubled man who lost his mother at a young age, which left him with an obsession with life and death. He gave up his health, family and friends in order to study bringing people back to life and that consumed him. Even after his science professors encouraged him not to, he continued to pursue his search but his end result, the monster was not at all what he intended on creating and was appalled at his creation and spent the rest of his life hunting it down. Victor had a degree of innocence about him which was ripped away by the monster. Mary Shelley made the reader's question if ignorance is bliss, because if Victor had discontinued his studies on reanimating the dead then he would have never made the monster
If i could be any character off the top of my head I would be Courage the Cowardly dog. Courage is a small dog that is a pinkish color. He has small eyes the become big they want to be like when he sees the computer’s answer to dreadful questions. He also has a large all black puppy nose that he uses to find Muriel sometimes. Courage has cute little tiny ears that shoot right up when he hears a cry of despair from Muriel.
Frankenstein In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a conflict as old as life itself emerges as the story progresses; parent versus posterity in a struggle for reconciliation.Victor Frankenstein and his creation become tied up in a constant battle as the creation seeks his origins, finding a horrifying truth; the creator had abandoned the creation. This central conflict derives from the creation of the creature, inability of Frankenstein to appreciate his creation, and the creation’s need for a parental figure. The conflict addresses themes of the book such as human desires for prestige, acceptance, and the intimacy of a relationship with one’s creator. Not only does Shelley capture the resentful conflict between a father and his “son”, but she derives this conflict from her own rebellious battle against her father. When adolescent Victor tries to discuss his science readings with his father, Alphonse Frankenstein carelessly glances at the title page and exclaims, "My dear Victor, do not waste your time upon this; it is sad trash" (Shelley 39).
Throughout literature, abandonment is a leading cause of conflict and struggle. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein is successful in his endeavor to create life, but once he sees the life he has created he runs from it out of fear. This causes the Creature to be left all alone, which makes him grow bitter and want to take revenge on Victor by getting rid of the people in his life. The Creature kills Victor’s brother William, his best friend Clerval, and his fiancee Elizabeth. All because he had nobody to love him.
The monster is the antagonist in the novel. The monster is not named Frankenstein but was created by Victor Frankenstein in the University of Ingolstadt, assembled by old body parts. The monster is a hideous, grossest, and gigantic creature, that is always suffering from rejection and fear from his creator and society. The monster gains general knowledge through the books he reads and the conversations he hears from the De Lacey's and learns about himself. However, he seeks revenge on his creator for abandoning him, he kills Victor’s younger brother, best friend, a maid, and his fiancee.
Frankenstein and his monster throughout chapters 17-21, face massive amounts of inner turmoil which ultimately result in the two male figures spiraling into a reality characterized by darkness, deceit and lunacy. Mary Shelley aligning with Rousseau’s philosophy paints a world in which we are bound to the stark expectations of humanity. When Victors ventures off on his own, he time after time fails to make the right decision, further endangering all he holds near. Set on independence and isolation he marches to the beat of his own drum only to find himself trapped in world of guilt and sorrow. Although he countlessly rejects the help of others, his loved ones temporarily provide his soul with meager respites from the incessant whine of his own counsions.
Victor had agreed to this and postponed marrying Elizabeth for two years. He brought his friend along, but dropped him off with a different friend because he couldn’t dig up bodies with the monster and Henry looking over his shoulder. As Victor began making a companion for the monster, he decided that he could not go through with this because it isn’t safe for society and even though his current monster is peaceful, the other one may not be the same. The monster watched as Victor destroyed his future companion, and then decided to destroy anyone who was close to Victor as a means of
You, my creator, would tear me to pieces and triumph” (Shelley 147). Through his anguish, he not only describes the difficulties he has had to overcome, but also expresses the regret he feels from his previous actions regarding William Frankenstein and Justine Moritz. From this, it is possible to infer that the monster respects life and strongly desires acceptance from not only society, but also his creator, Victor. Once he realizes that acceptance will never be given to him, the monster asks Victor to construct a female monster to fill the lonely yet human void that had haunted him since his