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When the monster told his story to Frankenstein he talked about appreciating the beauty of nature early on in his life experience He enjoyed the birdsong and the beauty of the forest before he encountered humanity He was pleased and was enjoying life Nature itself before he even knew what it was made the monster happy When the monster awakes into existence he is confused He has no sense of belonging since his master and creator has already rejected him This leads to loneliness and fear He is like an orphan but the pleasant sight of the moon comforts him He draws strength from natures wonder The monster is fascinated by nature around him He begins to explore things for himself and experiments with food One day the monster finds a fire and is pleased at the warmth it creates He becomes interested in the fire but he becomes dismayed when he burns himself He realizes that he can keep the fire alive by adding wood He finds that the fire is good not only for heat and for warmth but also as for making food taste better The monster starts to gain interest in the human beings that surround him He is fascinated by the sight of a hut and on walking in frightens a shepherd away This is the beginning of his rejection by other humans It is sad that although he means no harm the people around him drive him away with sticks and stones as if he were an animal He receives the same treatment every time he encounters a human These incidents leave a horrible image of mankind in his mind His hatred for mankind starts off as an intense fear of people Because of these incidents he resolves to stay away from humans One night he sleeps in a small hovel next to a cottage He finds out that he can see into the cottage through
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