Examples Of Abandonment In Frankenstein

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Abandonment in Frankenstein They say that abandonment is a wound that never heals.“I say only that an abandoned child never forgets.” (Mario Balotelli) In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the story revolves around a creature who has been left behind. The abandonment is seen physically, socially, and mentally. An ambitious innovator named Victor Frankenstein stitches together a creature out of multiple different human body parts. Once the creature is brought to life, Frankenstein deems it too hideous for his companionship and banishes him to the world without any guidance. This left physical outcomes onto the creature. The creature was just getting away from the De Lacey family when he gets assaulted once more for his complexion. “...when a young
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