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The character named Victor in the book Frankenstein written by Mary Shelly is a likable figure His demeanor on the whole was very pleasant as he grew from a boy into an adult Victors passion for the sciences is very strong and had stayed studious in his youth Victors mother died when he was age 17 and that is when he decides that he will discover a way to rid the world of sickness and death so people could stay with each other forever Victor went on to medical school and after many intense years of research and study Victor gathers enough parts from cadavers to begin creating life which he believes will be much better than our existence Victor is a likable character because his intentions are good all he wanted to do was conquer death and illnesses This idea by it self comes from a man that is caring and doesnt want anybody to go through what he went through and also to keep himself from going through the same ordeal again Victor finally creates life in the form of a man with many parts sewn together it has made his creation hideous Victor not believing he had done this deed became frightened and ran away from the monster The monster is automatically shunned by his maker who made judgment by relating ugliness with evil Later on Victors brother William is found strangled and the accused is a girl who had grown up with Victor Victor knows immediately that she didnt do this but Victor was not able to help her because she is immediately lynched and hanged by the people Victor decides he would prefer to live in the solitude of nature where he meets with the monster that he thinks has been dead for the last two years The monster has learned how to speak read and write The monster had learned of his creation from a diary Victor had kept
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