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During the year of 1818 Mary Shelley imagined and wrote a masterpiece named Frankenstein Surprisingly she was very young and a woman At that time it was inconceivable that a woman the age of a girl would even dare to envisage a story like this However unlike most women that wrote she used her real name and didnt try to use the mask of her husband Mary Shelleys Frankenstein is an unordinary work of art that focuses on society and its values Frankenstein written by Mary Shelley is a book that focuses on society and its values The being monster and even creature were all terms that were used to label Frankensteins son In a society anything out of the ordinary is quickly oppressed or studied because it is different In the book people rejected him as soon as they saw his face not carrying about his feelings or what he stood for As you would notice while reading the book he is first referred to as the creature however as soon as he commits his sins he is called a monster It is ironic that the father tried to kill him while he saved the daughter because the father isnt referred to as a monster or a murderer however the book tries to portray the creature in a negative light and therefore the creature is called the monster When the creature was created and even when he was neither cared for nor treated well he was still good at heart and tried to show it as best as he could The creature was intrinsically good he saves the little girl from drowning in chapter 8 and the creature himself says I was benevolent and good misery made me a fiend Without the harsh treatment that he receives from everyone who encounters him merely because of his appearance it is very doubtful that he would have murdered William and got all intent on revenge It
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