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In both publications of Frankenstein whether it was the movie or the novel we seeFrankensteins ill fated life For a man who is extremely intelligent he just cant shake offhis bad fate The reason I decided to select Frankensteins ill-fated life had a lot to dowith the differences between the book and the movie The plot was entirely differentbetween the two but one thing stuck out and pulled the two dissimilar stories togetherwas the depressing life of Victor Frankenstein and the beast that he createdMary Shelleys novel Frankenstein classically symbolizes the struggle betweenman and creature The creature created under selfishness fights for acceptance bysociety and his creator Frankenstein in turn destroying the lives of others Both left tolive a dark depressing life of isolation Frankensteins existence with a healthy and soundAs for the movie we see similar but distingued differences Although the creaturewas created under complete selfishness VictorHenry doesnt feel the dression ofcreating such a beast Although he does feel sorrow for Fritz his handiman he quicklyshroughs off the sorrow and feels that it was Fritzs falt for agravating the creator Instead of depression we see a substitude of anger on behalf of Victor This anger is seen The creatures decline into the hate of all mankind is a ever-present themethroughout this novel and the movie The decline is a less gradual one in the novel but adecline none the less In the movie we see hate for mankind right from the beginning Can we really blame the creator though Never even named by his creature his being ofunimportance and his identity is worthless in the eyes of his creature Frankenstein In facthe has no identity he is looked upon as a monster that was never given the opportunity totransform himself as a being We see a defenite theme throughout both the movie and thenovel of the creator never getting the opportunity of trying to fit in Frankenstein is fully aware of his mistakes He
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