Victor’s loneliness leaves him devoid of purpose and determination, a shell of a human whose essence has been entirely obliterated. Even so, if Victor had not created this unnecessary monster, his family and friends would not have been strangled by his creation. By creating this wretched being, Victor fabricates his own downfall and forces his own seclusion in Frankenstein. To conclude, in Frankenstein, the theme of creation and destruction is portrayed and shapes both Victor and the monster. Due to Victor’s and humanity’s hatred and abandonment of the being, the creation strangles Victor’s brother, best friend, and wife.
Victor was consumed with all the information he had learned from school and his own experiments and he did not care to offend anyone who would try to show affection. The monster wanted Victor to create a monster just as hideous as he was because he didn’t want the other creation to find attention from someone else due to the fact that the female monster would be scary. Victor did abandon the monster and that was a selfish act because he didn’t want the burden of something that was unable to fend for itself to consume him; furthermore, the reason why the monster killed Victor Frankenstein’s younger brother was the selfish act of revenge. The monster wanted revenge only to satisfy his needs and to get even with his creator Victor. The only way the two would avoid any other conflicts that would have come their direction would be to eliminate and face the reality of their own catastrophe.
After creating his monster Victor runs away and hides in fear from his monster. As soon as Dr. Frankenstein leaves, his monster travels to Victor’s hometown of Geneva and murders his father’s youngest son, Victor’s brother, William. When Frankenstein's monster stumbles upon an innocent child he thinks, “‘an idea seized me that this little creature was unprejudiced, and had too short a time to have imbibed a horror of deformity. If, therefore, I could seize him and educate him as my companion and friend, I should not be so desolate in this peopled earth’” (102). This statement that the monster makes to to Robert Walton shows how he did not intend to hurt the child.
He tells how he decided to get revenge on the human race and Frankenstein’s family, so he killed Victor’s brother. He then asks Victor to make him a mate so that he is not lonely, and Victor agrees. When Victor decides he cannot make another creature, the monster kills a friend of Victor and kills Victor’s wife on his wedding day. Victor devotes the rest of his life to trying to kill the monster. The reader finds out that Victor dies aboard the ship, and Walton finds the monster crying over Victor.
Unfortunately, the monster shows up on Frankenstein’s wedding night and kills his wife. After this last foul action, the creature does not try to acclimate with mankind. In sum, the monster was born in a grown man’s body and was abandoned at the moment of its existence. All he wanted was a companion and to not be in the world alone, but that did not happen. Resultantly, he lashes out at his creator and kills some of Victor’s close family and friends.
He defies God, just like the Greek story of Prometheus. Since the monster escaped, he cannot take it upon himself to realize that it could be potentially dangerous. He should man up and just get over it. Later on in the story when the monster destroys everything dear to him, Frankenstein learns that only God has the ability t... ... middle of paper ... ...new species will arise and terrorize humans. Since he refused, the monster becomes angry and kills the doctor’s newlywed, Elizabeth.
Victor could not believe what he had done and abandons the monster because he's confused. The monster tries to integrate himself into society but only to be beaten and not wanted by the people. Victor Frankenstein is the true monster in the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, because only God can create life, cause death, and judge. In the novel, Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein is the real lawbreaker and monster in this story. It was surprising how he had the intelligence to gain and apply the knowledge and skills to create life with the power of science.
The novel Frankenstein written by Mary Shelley is a work of fiction that breaks the ethics of science. Ethics is defined as rules of conduct or moral principles which are ignored in the story. The story is about a person named Victor Frankenstein who creates an artificial being. Victor abandons the being out of fear and the being is left to discover the outside world on his own and be rejected by people making the monster go on a violent rampage. Victor’s decision would affect him later on by the monster killing his loved ones causing Victor to suffer.
Without a guide, the creature eventually becomes a monster and gets his revenge on Frankenstein for using him as an experiment. Yet, in chapters 11-16, the creat... ... middle of paper ... ...he DeLacey family, he wants to make himself known. Nobody else is at home, except for the blind grandfather, therefore he treats him as a friend because he can’t see him. As soon as the rest of the family return, they beat him away, because they think that he will harm their grandfather. Later, the creature saves a girl but he gets shot because a man claims her.
The monster also learned how to speak and became educated. His attempt to be friends with a family failed when they rejected him because of his appearance and this caused him to seek vengeance against his creator. The monster even killed a boy who was the brother of doctor Frankenstein to get back at his creator causing the doctor to be guilty over creating such a murderous monster. The monster approached the doctor and forced him to make a women for him but at the last minute the doctor changed his mind resulting in the monster causing havoc on the doctors weeding day. The monster killed the doctor's bride which made the doctor pursue the monster and that's how they ended up in the north pool.