Rejection Of The Worst Kind
In Mary Shelley?s novel Frankenstein, mankind constantly rejects her monster. Dr. Victor Frankenstein?s creation attempts to love and to be loved by his creator and by mankind. Through his rejections, the Monster learns that man was born good and taught evil. It was not until the people that surrounded him taught him evil, did he know anything other than good. Rejected by his creator and by mankind, the Monster soon found that his appearance prevented him from having any kind of companion.
The night of his creation the Monster wonders into the woods to find shelter. The Monster that people should accept him for who he was and not reject him because of his outward appearance. The Monster came upon a family in the woods and watched them through the window of the family?s house. The Monster becomes fond of the family, ?They are kind ? they are the most excellent creatures in the world; but, unfortunately, they are prejudiced against me?(Shelley 140). He feels that he can start to make an acquaintance of the family, because he watched the family?s daily life, instead of judging the family by outward beauty. The
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