First Draft [Berger]

Mistakes are made everyday some more significant then others. In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein mistakenly creates a monster and abandons it. The novel follows Victor as he deals with the repercussions of his creation and soon realizes the extent of this mistake. Though Victor did mistakenly create and abandon the monster, his biggest mistake was his attitudes and values that led him to create the monster and soon after abandon it.

Paragraph 1: The monster being created for the betterment of human kind 

Victor created the monster for the betterment of society which was his first ideological mistake. Victor was a determined chemistry student working at the University of Ingolstadt.

Paragraph 2: Victor as a human God (motivation towards creating the monster)

Paragraph 3: Victor’s realization (why did it take him so long to see what he was doing?)


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