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There are many points of matter expressed in the book Frankenstein One of the points of matter which still plagues our society is the notion of playing god Another of the stories numerous points of matter are no one will ever be or be able to create a perfect man Also every person no matter if they arent attractive wants and needs to be loved When Victor was creating this monster in his laboratory he was concentrated on his one goal only He was not paying attention to what the monster looked like he was picturing in his head how well respected he would become or how rich and famous he would be He never thought of the immoral blasphemy he was creating against God When he finally finished the monster he was aware of the monster and responsibility finally hit him that he has to be both father and God to this creature The responsibility is overwhelming to anyone and especially to Victor The responsibility was just too much for him to handle When Victor saw the monster he was scared he did not know the monster and he did not care to know the monster because all he knew was that the monster was hideous Victor is only human Humans are irresponsible greedy unfair and rash people Victor made a decision based on the monsters looks that the monster was evil and he wanted to leave the location where this terrible sin that had originated from him A rash decision just like any human would make Through this experience the reader sees that only hideous things can come from playing God The next important point of matter is no matter how hard you try no one will ever be able to create a perfect human being Victor Frankenstein had imagination It was this that fueled his desire to learn all he could about the known world and its inner workings This is what
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