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Through out the novel we are under the assumption that the demon in the novel is the man who is disfigured and hideous on the outside While we view Victor Frankenstein as the handsome and caring victim even though sometimes a monster can not be seen but heard Looks can be deceiving but actions are always true We first view Frankensteins ignorance while he busy in his work He had not visited his family for two straight years These are the people that love and care about him yet he does not go home Not even to visit his own father the man who pays for his schooling and necessities We again view his ignorance and irresponsibility when after spending two years of work on his creature he disowns and abandons the creature He runs out of the room after seeing the creature come to life He fled the room because he thought the creature was so hideous even though he had chosen all the best body parts for its creation When Frankenstein returns to the house when he became assured that my enemy had indeed fled I clapped my hands for joy55 Even after all his work he is ecstatic that this horrible beast has left him Victors ignorance is viewed again when he does not tell anyone that he has created this monster and that he is the murderer of William He does not tell of this creature until his own welfare is on the line He could have stopped these evil deeds the monster was doing if he would have finished producing his mate but Victor makes up reasons so that he does not The monster on the other hand is the opposite of Victor Frankenstein The feelings that the monster has are shown when he is first created He tries to speak to Frankenstein and he smiles and reaches out a hand just like a child reaching for their parent
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