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The greatest of us are those who are always misunderstood A quote that always comes to mind when I see people in the world who are judged on physical appearance rather than the inside qualities that never manage to shine through People who judge by the way one may look are harsh crude and quick to judgement Dr Frankensteins dream was to create life no matter how he did it life to cheat death and create immortality Dr Frankensteins creation is human in the sense that it holds emotions has feelings wants to learn as much as possible and to feel loved All these qualities are held by humans however through mans quick judgements based on the creatures physical abnormalities it is cast out and thought of as being a monster Hiding from humans all that this creature wants is to be judged as a human rather than as a monster it wants to be given a chance to prove itself When Dr Frankenstein first brings life into his creation he becomes frightened and jumps to unknown conclusions By calling his creation something of the devil and running away the helpless creature knows not what is going on and looks for guidance from its creator Unfortunately its master does not accept the creature with open arms more scorn and harshness than love The first emotion that the creature learns of is that of denial and rejection This denial from day one of its life will have a lasting effect on the creature and the decisions it will make about humans as this tale moves on With no one to guide this creature it leaves Dr Frankensteins laboratory and goes into the woods of Ingoldstadt with no knowledge of the outside world the creature has to learn from its own successes and failures His yellow skin scarcely covered the work of the muscles and arteries beneath his hair was of a lustrous black and flowing his
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