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Hidden Love Frankenstein Love is an aspiration based on admiration and benevolence To love another is to admire them and to have a warm attachment to them Many things in ones life have the ability to cloud or cover up feelings of love Such things as rage hate ugliness and revenge Despite these negative feelings and thoughts love is present in every being every animal and anything that possesses the beautiful thing we call life There is an excellent book titled Frankenstein written by Mary Shelley that displays the use of unseen love to drive a creature to destruction murder and devastation Can such a being who has committed so many acts of wretchedness contain such a feeling as love Some people think that for such a being that love is not possible to obtain and others will agree but argue that although it may be impossible to obtain love from something it is easy and very possible to have love for something Throughout the whole novel the monster talks of revenge on the doctor for making him live with his ugliness and being rejecting by people because of it Even the doctor was frightened and ran away when he first saw his creations hideous looks and monstrous body Right off the bat the doctor could have killed the fiend and rid himself of it forever but he didnt He knew that for him to kill this thing it would be like killing his own beloved child Seeing the reaction of Frankenstein and the other humans the creature vowed to hunt down and destroy Victor for bestowing such looks upon this creatures body What the monster was looking for was love and he never found any but he had plenty The monster loved Victor for letting him live The monster didnt know this until the end He found out that to give someone life was to give them the ultimate show of affection and love
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