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Frankenstein: Victor Essay, Research Paper

Frankenstein: Victor

Victor Frankenstein has always been fascinated by nature. By the time

he was in his late teens he was at a school of science. This school sparked his

obsession with recreating human life. This was not an easy task because of the

minuteness of the organs, etc, which forced him to design an oversized human,

about eight feet tall. After many unhealthy months of labor, he finally

achieved his goal. The hideous creature sat up and grinned at Victor. Victor

fled immediately.

When he returned to his chamber he was happy to not find the monster. Two

years passed and he got a letter from his father telling him his youngest

brother, William, had been murdered. He began his miserable trip back home. On

the way home he saw a giant beast running from a barn. He realized this was his

creation and he was the murderer. An innocent woman (framed by the Monster) and

a great friend of Elizabeth (Victor’s cousin and future wife), was executed for

the murder. This devastated the family (especially Victor, who accused himself).

He set of to put an end to this creation.

Victor finally met up with his monster in the mountains near a glacier.

Here he listened to the monster’s story. How he studied and grew to love this

family living in a cottage. He wanted so immensely to be a part of their love

and smiles. He learned their language and how to write (by listening to them

teach an Arabian relative). After a very long time he walked into the cottage

when only the blind old man was there and tried to befriend him. He was very

persuasive until the children and the woman returned. The boy attacked the

Monster. He could have killed the boy, but, out of love, ran. The family soon

moved leaving the Monster so incredibly depressed and heart-broken that he

suddenly hated the human kind. But, most of all, he hated his creator for

making in the first place. He set out to Geneva, where he know Victor lived.

He was almost there when he found a little boy. He thought he could make

friends with him (because of his young, unprejudiced mind) until he discovered

he was the son of his hated creator. He murdered him, and took the boy’s locket

and put it in the pocket of the soon-to-be-executed woman sleeping in a barn.

At the conclusion of his story he persuaded Frankenstein to create a female

for him. In the middle of Victor’s progress of making the female he stopped,

realizing what could happen if he finished, and destroyed his work. This

angered the Monster so greatly that he swore to make Frankenstein the most

miserable person in the world. He murdered Frankenstein’s best friend Henry

Cerval, and nearly has Frankenstein executed for the murder. He waited for the

wedding night of Victor and Elizabeth and murdered Elizabeth that night.

Victor’s father was so morbidly depressed soon died. The only reason

Frankenstein didn’t kill himself was out of the rage and thirst to get a bitter

revenge on this evil creation.

He pursued him up into the north and was, after a very long chase on dog-

sleds, was nearly killed by breaking ice and rescued by a ship. He laid there

and recovered from his sickness enough to tell his entire tale to Robert Walton.

He quickly got very sick and eventually died. That night Frankenstein’s monster

came to see him in his death-bed. He met Walton, who hated him very much, and

told him of the rage he felt, and how his objective was nearly over.. all he has

to do now is kill himself. He would do this by going up to the northern-most

part of the globe (where no one could see him) and set fire to his miserable

self. He leapt out of the boat window onto some ice and disappeared into the


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