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Destiny was too potent and her immutable laws had decreed my utter and terrible destruction Victor Frankenstein says this right before telling Walton his storyDestiny played an important role in the book Frankenstein Victor sees it as the force that caused his downfall He blames most of what has happened on destiny At first it was his destiny to build the monster afterwards he says it is his destiny to destroy it Victor feltas if some force was making him experiment that some force was making him make the monster and he had no control over it This is why when he was building the monster he shut him self off from everything else and committed himself to his experiment He didnt have to do this but something was driving him to and it might have been his curiosity and his wanting to cheat death or play god or do something no one else had ever done before but also he may have had those characteristics because he was destined to have them Maybe this all happened so he and others can understand that you shouldnt play god but then after he built the monster it was his destiny to destroy it As a result of Victors actions many of his loved ones died Elizabeth William Justine and his father After Victor made the monster his destiny became to be punished for it but could Victor have prevented all this Maybe and maybe not The answer to that question depends on whether you believe in destiny or not Is destiny really so powerful that Victor had no control over it Could Victors destiny have been different if he hadnt built the monster Could Victor have sustained from building the monster or was destiny too powerful How about the part when Victor destroys the female monster what would have happened if Victor hadnt destroyed it or was it his destiny to destroy it Later on
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