The Role Of The Creature In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, it all begins with a newly built Creature who was looking for a warm embrace by his creator, Victor. However, after the creature is abandoned and mistreated first by Victor his own creator and then by the De Lacey Family who he had trusted, the monster turns to revenge for this maltreatment. The creature goes on to feel as if it has been unfairly rejection by not only humanity and how they cannot see past his appearance but by his own creator too. The monster goes on to say, "feelings of revenge and hatred filled my bosom [and] I bent my mind towards injury and death."(Shelley), soon after Felix attacks the creature and flees with the rest of the De Lacey family and in return wants to hurt those
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