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All things truly wicked start from an innocence Ernest Hemingway 1899-1961 The Creature was not born evil Nor was his corruption his fault He was born innocent without fault or sin The Creature was turned to a Monster after he learned of humanity and what a cold cruel thing it can be He was shunned beaten chased and persecuted by those who did not understand him The Monster then turned bitter and vengeful and hated his creator for giving him life In Mary Shelleys Frankenstein The Creature symbolizes fallen innocence his childlike naivete stripped away by the cold uncaring world The Creature was truly innocent after his creation At first he knew nothing but base urges and desires He was confused buy his senses unable to distinguish between them He only took clothes to shelter him from the bitter cold not because he was shameful He did not even remember his first meeting with is creator All he desired were basic animal needs He hunted for fruit and nut to stop the pangs of hunger He slept in the forest under the stars He sought meager shelter to keep him dry These were all he desired before he knew of man Only after silently observing a family for months did he learn of the ways of mankind He became self-aware and learned common knowledge He tediously acquired a written and oral language Then he yearned to meet his benefactors For years after his creation the Creature was innocent Throughout his bitter life the Creature was dealt one blow from humanity after another After spending time in the cold wet woods he sought more adequate shelter He found the small house of a shepherd who ran in terror after beholding the so far harmless yet hideous Creature The Creature was disturbed but did not give it a second thought after finding and consuming the shepherds meager meal of bread and cheese a feast
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