In agreement that Mary Shelly's novel, "Frankenstein" takes its meaning from tensions surrounding the cultural concerns of human nature, its potentials and limits and forces that go into the making. The following will support this statement and tie traits from the book to today's society.
Many lessons are embedded into Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, including how society acts towards the different. The monster fell victim to the judging of a a person by only his
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eventually wiped all joy out of its creator's life. The monster, as birth, wanted nothing more than to be satisfied and loved. Yet, after all revenge had been played out, the creature felt a sense of fulfillment in accordance to its creator's misery: "I am satisfied, miserable wretch! You have determined to live, and I am satisfied"(196), and with its revenge complete is "soon borne away by the waves and lost in darkness and distance"(215).