How To Become A Serial Killer In Frankenstein

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Serial Killers Rough Draft In society today, the words heartless, psychotic and disturbed come to mind when thinking about serial killers. The controversy of nature versus nurture arises whether a person is bringing up effects them or their biologically born that way. In Frankenstein Mary Shelley, shows how society influences the creations motives and help develop into what one considers a serial killer. People believe innately being disturbed and nature in itself corrupts a person’s mind, which leads them to become a serial killer. Shelley’s Frankenstein uses three literary devices, motifs, irony, and (need another literary device). Although serial killers are believed to be people who have innate mental illnesses or are demented geniuses, whereas Mary Shelley shows how their social influences in their early life cause them to pursue their fantasies.…show more content…
The creation wants to cause harm on others who have already acquired happiness. Throughout the novel the creation has the temptation to disturb the lives of others who he feels he once had a connection such as Victor and the cottagers. The monster says, “No: from that moment I declared everlasting war against the species, and, more than all, against him who had formed me, and sent me forth to this insupportable misery” (Shelley 124). The quotation explains the creation wanting to seek revenge on the human race and Frankenstein for neglecting him when he was created and for the humans who see him as a threat. Victors neglect formed an emotional isolation in the creation, which caused his anger. Shelley uses this motif of the creation blaming those who do not give him a chance because of the instant judgement and that of his creator who was the main source of his psychotic

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