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Victor Frankenstein In the movie it is evident Victor was a kind man he generally was likeable He was a good child and he treated everyone fairly Until his mother dies Depressed and utterly distraught by his mothers death he is determined to never have to live through that kind of pain again He believes no one should have to go through the pain of losing someone they loved He goes to college makes a friend and also meets a fellow doctor Professor Walden who is just as selfish as he They speak together of bringing the dead to life It is apparent that Professor Walden has already figured out the secret to reanimation but he is afraid to have try it The fact that the monster he creates would never be loved and destroy him is what holds back Professor Walden Victor mistakes this as just a weakness and when Professor Walden suffers an unfortunate death Victor takes his books and engulfs himself in the process of reanimation Although he becomes completely entranced by his work and shut off from society he is always brought back to reality either from his friend Henry Clerval or Elizabeth When Victor creates the monster he realizes too late that it will ultimately destroy him Trying to destroy the monster leads to his once again distancing from society and brings him and all that he has loved death the exact thing he was trying to prevent In the book Victor Frankenstein was a sexiest who didnt care for anyone but himself The only woman he really ever had respect for was his mother He was always obsessed with sciences and the human life his mothers death only drives him farther into preserving life He is completely obsessed throughout the book even though his friends and family try to bring him back to normalcy My beliefs for the theme is that you are only human No one can change
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