Frankenstein: The Misunderstood “Monster”
If Victor took responsibility for his creation and nutured him, Frankenstein wouldn’t have turned out to be the “monster” he was depicted as. He learned on his own, nobody could see past his appearance.
Bring up how Mary Shelley’s Father basically disowns her when she marries Percy Shelley and how this reflects on the story “Frankenstein”. (his acts are caused by the rejection, isolation and betrayal of humanity.) Maybe she felt the same once her father wanted nothing to do with her. (Symbolism)
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