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Who is responsible for the deaths There were several deaths that occurred in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein Although the monster committed all these crimes they were all related to getting revenge on a deeply flawed Victor Frankenstein who abandoned him In fact all of the deaths that occurred were caused by either weaknesses of character or errors in judgment made by Victor Frankenstein the creator of the monster Victor Frankenstein grow up in a warm and loving family environment but he never shared that kind of love he received from his family with the monster He became obsessed with science at very young age mainly with the creation of life Because of this new found obsession Victor changed as a person Victor went from being a healthy caring family man to a sickly and distant person When his mother died he left his family in their greatest time of need to work on creating life He has no contact with his family for nearly two years When he finally does accomplish his goal in creating a living being he is disgusted at his creation One would likely feel to believe that with all the love he was surrounded with as a child he would show over-whelming joy towards someone he just created Instead of looking for his creation which had been missing for a while he simply tries to forget it by joining in on a new project with Henry clearly abandoning his responsibilities once again He clearly only thinks about himself upon finding out about Williams death and that Justine was the main suspect even though he had an idea that it may have been his creation Victors only excuse for not clearing poor Justine was that he thought everyone would think that he was crazy So instead of coming forth and trying to save an innocent girl he laid back and let her die for something that she didnt therefore holding the blood
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