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Maria Loren October 15 2000 Professor Green English 220 The relationship between an individual and society in Mary Shelleys novel Frankenstein The relationship between an individual and society is always difficult It becomes even more difficult when that individual is a monster Society has certain standards and those standards include our physical appearance When those standards are not met then the society starts reacting to it Usually the reactions are the refusal of normal members of society to communicate with a person who doesnt meet the criteria of acceptable physical appearance No matter how good of personality that monster possesses people will still be scared of it However I believe if given a chance and some period of time people can get over the physical abhorrence of an individual and accept that being as an equal But it is a fact that people first judge by the appearance at first when they have met the personclothes manner in which that person behaves It might seem shallow but thats the way human beings behave and react to each other The effect of social disownment on that monster can be catastrophic The monster doesnt know that these people despise his appearance not his personality so he reacts angrily to this society The true identity of his cannot be seen to people however he will believe that they hate him for him for true him which is not true at all In Mary Shelleys Frankenstein relationship between an
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