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In the year 1818 during the Romantic time period ambitious and curious minded nineteen year old Mary Shelly published her greatest novelFrankensteinHer novel portrays the sad story of a scientific creator Victor and his failed experimental outcome the creature The scientist spent several years studying ways to achieve the unbelievable - bringing human life back after death His ultimate goal within his experiment was to obtain power by creating a creature to worship him idolize him and do as he commands When he completes his experiment and the creature comes to life for the first time he is completely overwhelmed with disgust and pure hatred of his work Victor then flees town and leaves his work abandoned for several years in hopes of never confronting it again Over several years of being abandoned in society the creature sought out his creator in hopes of unanswered questions about his life and ultimately a companion to be by his side The creature goes on to explain to Victor his story of rejection within society and strife for acceptance and love Although this is a scientific fiction novel we as humans can relate to the situation within Frankenstein by the everyday struggle of acceptance and happiness Because humans are passionate by nature one is not capable of being happy without the interaction or relationship with others Through the creatures and Victors characterization in Frankenstein it is clearly shown how withdraw from human interaction and society can affect human happiness For the creature his internal happiness was based off the goodness of nature and the village people he witnessed from a distance He was nothing but a lost soul looking for a companion to communicate with and admire the beauty of nature along the way He did not interact with the humans in fear of rejection but he longed to one day communicate with them He noticed that even though the village people were not contempt with their
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