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In Mary Shellys Frankenstein what was the irony of Victors creation.

Sep 13th, 2014

The monster in the novel is described as having monstrous physical features, "black lips", "ghastly grin", "yellow eyes" etc. However Victor, ironically, is the one who shows to be a monster with such qualities. He abandons his "creation" cursing him as a "daemon" and "wretch", not taking into account the repurcussions of his actions which lead to the death of the innocent Justine accused of killing William. He is the one who is a monster, and this is seen during the monster and Victor's first encounter in the mountains: the monster tries to approach in a calm and peaceful way but Victor reacts like a monster.


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