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Frankenstein There have been many misgivings about the book Frankenstein In movies and TV Frankenstein is portrayed as a monster This monster will not stop at anything to hurt or destroy others He usually has a green hue to his complection and has bolts coming out the sides of his neck The bolts symbolize the way the monster was brought to life through electricity Also he usually wears a black suit with black pants This shows the darkness that surrounded the monster In most of the movies and TV shows Frankenstein walks like a zombie moving very slowly In TV shows and movies Frankenstein was portrayed as being very stupid He was unable to talk or read The monster would just rome the world looking for people to torment But in the movie Frankenstein with Boris Karloff the monster befriended a blind man I think he had this friend because the man could not see the face of the monster Mary Shellys Frankenstein was very different from the movies and TV shows For one thing the monster was not even called Frankenstein Victor Frankenstein was the name of the doctor who created the monstrosity Before the doctor created the monster he was a work of art I had selected his features as beautiful Beautiful this is what Victor said when he saw the monster before it was alive Afterwards it was the ugliest thing the doctor had laid his eyes upon Unlike the movies the monster was very nimble and could do anything an actual living human could The monster chased after Victor in the wastelands to exact his revenge for his being Nobody would love or care for him so he decided to kill Victor as an act of revenge The intellect of the monster was much greater in the story than in all the TV shows and movies He
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