Frankenstein is the Real Monster in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, Dr.
Thedying Frankenstein tells Walton:
During these last days I have been occupied in examining my pastconduct; nor do I find it blamable.()The creature likewise rebukes him:
Am I to be thought the only criminal, when all mankind sinnedagainst me?
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Hammerpan andall the Gipsies shriek and run off The Demon descends, portrays by actionhis sensitiveness of light and air, perceives the gipsiess fire, whichexcites his admiration thrusts his hand into the flame, withdraws ithastily in pain.
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His yellow skin scarcelycovered the work of muscles and arteries beneath.()When the creature forces Frankenstein to call to mind hisgenesis in their confrontation on , the creator istrapped into cursing himself aloud, like 's Satan trying to curseGod in his soliloquy on Mount Niphates:
whom hast thou then or what to accuse,God saw that his work was good, but the creature has onlyFrankenstein's laboratory reports which already betray hiscreator's shame and disgust.
But heaven's free love dealt equally to all?
Be then his love accursed, since love or hate,
To me alike it deals eternal woe.
Nay cursed be thou; since against his thy will
Chose freely what it now so justly rues.
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The creature ("demon") created by Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus occupies a space that is neither quite masculine nor quite feminine, although he is clearly both created as a male and desires to be in the masculine role.