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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 you read the book properly you will find that the creature showed sympathy for victor the creature just wanted to part of mankind

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