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What Makes a Monster? Mary Shellys "Frankenstein"
What makes a monster? A monster makes itself. A person will not be considered a monster if they are kind, gentle and warm hearted. You've never heard a person say, "Gandhi was a monster," or "Mother Theresa was a monster." You could hear someone jokingly call a tall or large person a monster just because of his or her size.
Society can also make a monster. As you saw in Frankenstein, if the monster had a normal body or a normal look to him, he wouldn't have been rejected, which, in turn, he wouldn't have killed all those people he did. In the book, the monster is rejected outright of love…
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- What Makes a Monster? Mary Shellys "Frankenstein"
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