In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein attempts to recreate man. But his creation becomes a monster.

In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein attempts to recreate man. But his creation becomes a monster.

In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein attempts to recreate man. But his creation becomes a monster. The creation is “born” with the same qualities as a regular human being, but is treated like the monster that he becomes. This essay will discuss three of the causes for his transformation into a monster. Within child development, the education and the nurturing of a loving parent is extremely important in the moral development of an individual (Woodbridge, internet). Immediately after Frankenstein’s creation was born, Victor rejected him. When his creation gained life Frankenstein was instantly revolted (Frankenstein: or, 321). He did not want to accept him for whom he was. Victor was not prepared to take on the role of being an affectionate parent. Unable to accept his creation, Victor abandons his child and all parental responsibility. He even wished he were dead (Woodbridge, internet). Care and love are very important to express to a child who is developing their emotions and personalities. A child who grows up without these traits will become very cold and bitter to others around him. A child who is ignored and pushed away his whole life will be lacking of affection. He will not understand the hurt or pain someone might be going through because of his actions. Because of Victor’s rejection and coward ness, the monster is forced to start living on his own. The monster begins to notice how families behave towards each other, expressing love and emotion. He realizes that his father never treated him in a loving way and that he never had a child – parent relationship. He feels cheated by Victor for never getting the chance to love him like a father, and have a father that would love him like a son. The monster has hatred built up towards Victor and wants Victor to regret for never having treated the monster with respect and love. Frankenstein shows the destructive results of undeveloped affection (Frankenstein: …


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