Who is the Monster in Frankenstein?

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In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley a creature is created that is seen a monster. But who is the real monster? There are in total three monsters in the novel: The creature, Frankenstein and the society surrounding them as the story develops.

The creature that Victor Frankenstein develops is considered a monster by all of the other people. No one is there to notice that there is a soft interior underneath the hard and ugly shell. The creature is scared and provokes fright because of his size and looks. The creature, however, is not really a monster. All it seeks is acceptance into a society. All it wants is love, which it seeks at first from Frankenstein himself, but does not receive it for he is cast away by this man whom he considers his father. He then runs from the hatred in that community and goes into the woods. There he fin

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