Frankenstein, By Victor Frankenstein

988 Words Mar 16th, 2015 4 Pages
Lane Johnson
Mr. Jones
English 12 Honors/4th Period
March 15, 2015
Victor Frankenstein and his creation surprisingly share many of the same characteristics. Even though Frankenstein is an ugly, unwanted creature, he and Victor withhold an obvious connection throughout the novel. However, Victor and Frankenstein also share their differences as well. Victor was raised in a very caring and loving home. His parents gave Victor everything he wanted and Victor grew up with great friends. Victor’s parents even adopted him a lifelong companion in Elizabeth so he would never feel lonely. Victor had very strong relationships with those who surrounded him. Frankenstein 's upbringing was the exact opposite of Victors. Frankenstein was accepted by no one and he felt lost and sad in the big scary world. Frankenstein felt abandoned by his creator and he was out for revenge. Frankenstein felt that Victor owed him something considering that he brought Frankenstein into this world. Frankenstein felt more and more betrayed by Victor as the novel progressed.
Both Victor and Frankenstein have curiosity about the world around them. Victor leaves both his family and friends and goes away to a college institution to study science. At the college Victor finds his new passion for science and Victor works diligently to create a new form of a living being. Victor becomes so dedicated to creating the monster that he loses his insight to the entire world. Victors dedication to creation and science…
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