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Life Sucks Through Frankenstein Mary Shelley shows the values of companionship fear trust and happiness All of these values the monster wants or portrays but due to society he is unable to achieve them The monster tries to understand these values throughout his life but cant because of the injustice he receives from the humans When the monster finds his first home at the house of the De laceys he understands humans better and tries to mimic them While his stay here the monster watches avidly to learn how to act human The monster feels he can help them out and does so by doing odd jobs during the night After the monster lives among the family for many years he decides that he will confront the family and tell them about his experiences while living there Unfortunately the family does not accept the monster and he is scared away After this incident the monster vows to never help anyone out again because of the mistreatment he endures Now the monster sets out on a killing spree to get revenge upon his creator so he can understand how he feels The monster finally meets up with his creator and begs for a equal counter part As the monster is speaking to Victor he states I was benevolent and good misery made me a fiend Make me happy and I shall again be virtuous 84 This moves Victor emotionally and he decides to make the monster his counterpart as long as he promises not to hurt anymore of his family Victor now understands that even though the monster is a fiend he still needs companionship the lack of fear trust and happiness As you can see the monster wants to be good but bad thing have drove him away from this Throughout the book the monster tries to become more civilized but all the madness turned him into a fiend While
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