Loneliness In Frankenstein Research Paper

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One of the reasons why Frankenstein had such a dangerous passion is because he was all by himself. His friends and family weren't around to calm him down when he was flustered or congratulate him on the good grades he made while in college. Mary Shelley shows in her novel "Frankenstein" the theme of loneliness and its effect on humans. In this case, it can be argued that it's mostly Frankenstein's loneliness that led to the creation of the monster, but it also plays out in the monster's life as well. He turns into a killing machine because he's so lonely. Nobody accepts him. The poor fella had no friends at all, I mean, his own creator rejected him. At one point he tells Frankenstein that if he had a female mate, he would stop hurting those

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