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What makes a monster A monster makes itself A person will not be considered a monster if they are kind gentle and warm hearted Youve never heard a person say Gandhi was a monster or Mother Theresa was a monster You could hear someone jokingly call a tall or large person a monster just because of his or her size Society can also make a monster As you saw in Frankenstein if the monster had a normal body or a normal look to him he wouldnt have been rejected which in turn he wouldnt have killed all those people he did In the book the monster is rejected outright of love and compassion His sheer size and look frightens people and not understanding that even though he looks the way he does he still just wants to be loved like everyone else Like most people if you are rejected you feel either sad or angry and when you are always being rejected its hard to bear If the monster in Frankenstein had sat at home and wallowed in its self pity we the readers would feel sympathetic towards the monster but it would have made a boring readalthough its boring enough as it is Even though he killed all of those people we still felt a sense of pity or understanding towards the monster We understand that everyone needs love and compassion Now a days can understand that there are other things that are important than just your looks although some people can find that hard to believe We can compare the monster in Frankenstein and other monsters we have come to learn of The number one point is that the monsters looks are something we arent familiar with or dont understand Most Sci-Fi movies have the alien as the monster The alien is always slimy and deformed Aliens frighten us because we do not understand them and because the look the
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