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Mary Shellys Frankenstein portrays what can happen when a human being tries to play God Victor Frankenstein is a very smart scientist that succeeds in finding the origin of life and creates a human-like creature out of old body parts Seeing the monstrous thing that he created Victor leaves his lab hoping that the creature will run off and never be heard of again The monster runs off and learns how to speak and read by observing a poor family The monster wants badly to confront the family but is afraid that his hideousness will scare them The bond that the monster has towards this family and the bond he has towards his creator are what make the family values of this book intriguing The monster wants to make a bond with a poor family that he is observing through a crack in one of the walls of the house The monster is alone in the world without knowledge of anything The monster tells Victor his story on the top of the summit of Montanvert The monster starts off being scared and confused He runs away from Victors lab not knowing a thing in the world He discovers the sensations of light darkness hunger thirst and cold The monster discovers fire and is pleased with the warmth it creates The monster takes refuge in a small hovel adjacent to a small cottage He observes the occupants as a young woman young man and an old man The monster learns what it is to be happy and unhappy and that the family communicates with each other through sound He also finds books and learns to read The monster starts to grow fond of the family and unhappy with his loneliness The monster plans to reveal himself to the cottagers hoping they will befriend him in spite of the way he looks He decides to confront De Lacey first the blind old man He wants to
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