The Role Of Evil In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Evil is not something people are born with; Evil is a reaction to the way people treated a person in their past. In Volume II of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the readers gain an inside perspective as to the creation of an evil mind. Victor Frankenstein creates, then neglects a creature that he created in hope scientific limits. The monster now has been forced to live in isolation without anyone willing to give him a chance at a relationship. When the creation is tired of no one being open to his friendship and treating him as if he matters, he “… Declared ever- lasting war against the species… against him who had formed me and sent me forth to this unsupportable misery.” (97) His war on mankind is the result of the way he has been treated since

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