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The monster plays one of the biggest roles in the novel of Frankenstein Mary Shelley metaphorically compares the monster to a baby Simply because when a baby is born it must be nurtured and cared for to become an honorable and noble being in the near future If not cared for then the baby may become a victim of hatred and turn into an outlaw The monster is abandoned by his creator Victor Frankenstein during the sensitive period of its life As the monster ventures off into life he is now rejected from society because of his deformed features He gets beat scolded and driven out of hospitality and because of these incidents he blames Victor Frankenstein While the monster goes into hideout he eavesdrops on Felix and his family talking about how respected and generous man is After that brief conversation the monster goes into a deep analysis on what he may be classified as He feels depressed when he goes into these insights because he studies the faces of other and no one else is like him Victor Frankenstein made his creations life miserable by creating him and the monster now aims to make his creators life just like his by killing everyone close to himThe monster is created by using old body parts and chemicals He enters the world as an eight foot tall giant with the mentality of a newborn Abandoned by his creator he beings to try to mold himself into society only to be neglected Looking at his reflection in a pool he realizes his physical grotesqueness Seeking revenge on his creator he kills Victors younger brother Once Victor dismantled the female monster which would be used to satisfy the monsters solitude the monster slayed Henry Clerval and Elizabeth Although the monster shows complete hatred he also shares kindness His character reveals remarkable sensitivity and benevolence when he aids in helping poor peasants and saves a girl from drowning
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