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In the tale of Frankenstein written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley the creature is a symbol of evil whose only desire is to destroy lives Rather it was the initial rejection of his creator that lead to his thirst for the vindication of the unfairness with which he had been treated It is a general belief that man may be evil but Mary Shelley believes that all men are born good and corrupted by the evil that already exists is society The creation of an unloved being holds Victor Frankenstein more culpable for his own demise that the creature himselfInitiated into the world at the hands of man obsessed with finding the elixir of life the creatures then left to fend on his own Victor Frankenstein turns from the being whom he gave life to in horror therefore starting an anger that will soon turn malicious Victors creation was delivered into the world with an innate goodness that all men are born with He tries to communicate with Frankenstein but is incapable of speech not having been taught and his eyes if eyes they may be called were fixed on me His jaw opened and he muttered some inarticulate sounds while a grin wrinkled his cheeksone hand was stretched out seemingly to detain me but I escaped and rushed downstairs Shelley p 43 Victor even declares thathe deliberately neglects to communicate with his creation because of its shockingly horrific Victor Frankenstein more than any other character should know the importance of love and care for one by their parents in order to become a moral and good human being Victor talks often of the perseveringly attentiveness with which his parents reared him they always seemed to draw inexhaustible stores of affection from a very mine of love to bestow uponmethe innocent and helpless creature bestowed on them by heaven whom to bring up to goodand whose future lot it was in their hands to direct
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