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When Mary Shelley started writing the story of Dr Frankenstein she did not realize the true potential of her work She was simply writing a short story to pass the time Shelley had no idea her story would evolve and grow as the years pass She had no idea it would launch a whole genre of horror stories and an array of movies that have captivated the imagination of every generation including our own The story of Dr Frankenstein taps into the darkest crevices of the human condition Our so-called quest for knowledge has lead to many advances It is human nature that drives us in our curiosity but a lot of the time we do not take responsibility for our creations and that is why many of our species endeavors have resulted in tragedy Dr Frankenstein set out to create a perfect creature when he began his endeavor But moments after his creature came to life he turned away in disgust He ran away from his baby if you will Unable to endure the aspect of the being I had created I rushed out of the room and continued a long time traversing my bed-chamber P56 Compare if you dare Frankensteins actions to those of a mother giving up her child for adoption What right has the creator to turn on hisher creation Doesnt the magic of creation carry the burden of responsibility Yes of course it does If you create a living being you have the responsibility to protect and nurture it That is the very nature of creation According to the monster all he wanted was for Frankenstein to create a companion for him Was he not in this case making the same mistake as Frankenstein himself What would have become of his companion if HE turned away from her in disgust Well unfortunately Frankenstein decided not to create another fiend because he saw the potential for evil that existed there But
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