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Society tends to alienate people of certain backgrounds and traits because it does not suit their taste of society. For example, poor from rich, and the monster from society all together
Society judges those around them by appearance, not mannerisms. So when the monster encounters people, they assume his mind is filled with thoughts as vile as he looks.
The creature is driven to commit acts of violence due to the lack of human sympathy he receives.
In Frankenstein, family is the counterpart of loneliness. Family is the only solution that can destroy the evil so the monster only wants a family from his creator.
The subtle association of the Monster with the bloody progress of the French Revolution shows the author of Frankenstein's rejection of the revolutionary ideas.
There is one primary question the reader faces within this novel: Is the monster naturally evil or is his revenge-based behavior a result of the society around him?
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