Frankenstein Character Analysis

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When children fall on the ground, they learns how to get up and avoid falling again. Similar to this, people adjust to their life situations and learn from their previous mistakes. Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, exemplifies this attribute through Victor Frankenstein, who is an intelligent and hardworking scientist. His curiosity and passion drives him to create life out of death, but he becomes hubristic and winds up creating a monster. Victor suffers from this as the monster slowly strips away his family and friends. The monster makes his intentions clear and Victor is aware of the monster’s supernatural powers. Victor also realizes that his excessive pride caused all of these miserable outcomes. Despite this, Frankenstein still maintains the same mentality, even after the monster’s warnings and all of the horrific events. Although Victor seems to have learned from the consequences of making the monster, he still fails to change from his arrogant mindset since his ego misleads him towards outcomes that are more dreadful.
Victor reflects on his creation and notices the patterns of the monster’s revenge. Victor understands the potential damage that the monster could bring because of his supernatural abilities and previous actions. He also becomes aware that the monster is targeting the people close in his life after undergoing the murder of his brother William and hearing the monster’s story. But even with this knowledge, Victor is still confident in his own ideas and

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