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Man and other living creatures that possess passion and emotion struggle between the forces of good and evil In Frankenstein written by Mary Shelley Victor Frankenstein creates a hideous creature of great stature and inhuman strength making him not only with human parts but also with humans ability to reason and feel Throughout the monsters life until the death of his creator he is driven towards evil due to Frankenstein and societys refusals to accept him jealousy and anger and the denial of a companion Victor and the world make assumptions about the monster perceiving him as a threat and a demonical corpse 43 Unable to endure the aspect of the being he creates Victor disowns the monster and flees from his responsibility to lead him in the proper direction Left alone to fend for himself he is immediately pushed away by the villagers when he attempts to gather food The monster retreats to a low hovel however miserable from the clemency of the season and still more from the barbarity of man 88 Finding solace in the woods he values the gentleness and simplicity of the DeLacey family though he never gains respectRemaining secluded from society the monsters attempt to socialize and provide succor for others results in failure He lives a pleasant life until he decides to enter the cottagers home and reveal the identity of the person who has provided them with wood and developed a sense of love for them The family resorts to violence when they see him The monster wants to return the abuse but his heart sinks within him as with bitter sickness and he refrains 115 In a final act of rejection a frightened father shoots the monster mistaking the monsters attempt to save his little girl from drowning Each of these rejections embitters the monster towards mankind causing him to swear revenge Envying Frankensteins connection with his family and friends he believes that Frankenstein should
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