What happens when the creature visits Victor?
In "Frankenstein" when the creature visits Victor, the creature vows to see him on his wedding night and vows to destroy Victor's happiness. Victor interprets the message to mean that on his wedding night, the monster will kill him.
technically victor is the monster because he created the creature and turned it away so this is the main reason the creature turned evil but if you read the book properly you will find that the creature showed sympathy for victor the creature just wanted to part of mankind technically victor is the monster because he created the creature and turned it away so this is the main reason the creature turned evil but if…
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.
Victor created life in his creature as an experiment. When he was not happy with the "daemon" that he created, he abandoned it. Leaving the creature alone in the world without love and companionship. The creature turned on Victor by doing to him, the same fate as the creature. i.e., the creature destroyed all of Victors loved ones. Victor was also selfish in that he refused to create a female creature to alleviate the creature's…
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.
Victor lacks responsibility as he abandons his creation and takes no responsibility for it so therefore he lacks parental responsibilities Also he breaks his promise to protect Elizabeth, after he promised that she was "mine to protect" and so she is murdered by the creature he also breaks his promise to the creature of making a mate for the creature
In the story of Frankentein, Victor takes sledges for the journey across the ice, with him he takes plenty of pervisions and the creature does the same (ahead of Victor in the'chase')but due to the creatures extreme strength he is un-weakened by the venture but Victor however becomes frail and is picked up by Waltons boat where he re-tells his tale to the captin before he dies.
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."