What does Victor fear Frankenstein creature will do?
Victor fears the creature's power. He fears that it will harm his family, friends, and other people with his size, strength, and frightening appearance. He's also afraid that, if a female creature is created and they procreate, Victor will have been responsible for creating a race that is a danger to humankind.
What is the relation between Victor Frankenstein and the monster in the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley?
Victor is kind of compared to God, and the creature to Adam. The creature is shunned by his own creator, even though he means well. Victor denied the creature the happiness and love necessary for growth, thus the creature turned "evil". Victor did not take responsibility for his creation, and thus the crimes of the creature can be blamed on Victor.
Read the book! Victor Frankenstein is not a doctor. He was born and raised in Geneva Switzerland. He went to the University of Ingostadt in Switzerland where he creates the "monster". At this time, Victor is a student of "natural philosophy", which involves chemistry and other science. Also of note: Victor Frankenstein is the creator of the monster, which is called the "creature" for much of the time in the novel. The creature has no…
Creating the creature a mate would have solved Frankenstein's immediate problems; however, he could potentially have destroyed humankind or set off a whole chain of events he didn't want to happen. The creature was miserable; creating a whole new race of these creatures could have been disastrous. Note: Victor Frankenstein is the creator's name; the creature is simply called "the creature" or "the monster" but is NOT called "Frankenstein."
In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, Frankenstein is the surname of the main character, Victor Frankenstein. Victor was the scientist who created the creature after harnessing the power of electricity and developing a secret technique from his studies in chemistry and other sciences. A common misconception is that the creature Victor created was named "Frankenstein." This is false in the novel, as the creature was never given a proper name, though it was given…
Victor Frankenstein is the scientist, who studies chemistry and is obsessed with the creation of life. Frankenstien later constructs a creature out of body parts and brings it to life. Victor Frankenstein did not name his creatre, it is often known as Frankenstein's Monster or Frankenstein's Creation. Frankenstein calls his creation the "daemon".
Just to clarify: In the original book by Mary Shelley, Frankenstein is the name of the scientist who created the creature, not the creature. The creature was never given a name in the book as Frankenstein rejected his creation as 'evil' before having the chance to name it. Having said that, Frankenstein refers to his creation as a monster and a daemon commonly throughout the book. So, back to the original question: 'Who named Frankenstein?'…
The reason why Frankenstein changed his mind about making another creature is because, he started looking at the facts of whether she would love the creature the same way he would her. The other reason was if he created the second creature, would she turn out as evil as the creature was and would they both go on terrorizing people