Frankenstein Theme Society shapes people's characters

" Why did you form a monster so hideous that even you turned from me in disgust." (chapter 15 page 164) This quote contributes to my theme because victor; the person who's supposed to be his creator and mentor is the first person to reject him.
"This was then the reward of my benevolence." (Chapter 12 Page 178)

This quote contributes to my theme because this was another shaping moment of how his good deeds got him nothing but hate

"Have I not suffered enough that you seek to increase my misery." (Chapter 9 Page 124.)

"This quote contributed to my theme because this was when the DeLacey moved this was showing the monster more and more ways of abandonment.

"I entered but I had hardly had my foot in the door before the children shrieked and woman fainted."

This quote contributed to my theme because when the village threw objects and pretty much banned him. This was another form of hate and being judged because you aren't normal.

"The life of my father is in the greatest danger." (Chapter 16 Page 173.")

This quote contributed to my theme because when the boy believed his fathers life was endangered just because the monster was ugly. This was one of the biggest example on how society can ruin ones mind and cause people to think the wrong because it isn't normal. Therefore shaping characters/behavior.


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