Frankenstein: Human and Long Black Greasy Essay

Submitted By princessmcfarlan
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As human beings, we are always being judged, we’ve become aware of the phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover”. This monster was like a coin. It had two sides, and exterior which was assembled from corpses and strange chemicals, which made his skin rough and decayed like, long black greasy hair and 8ft tall. He came to life by a mysterious spark. His creator thought he was so ugly he abandoned his project. And every eye that was set upon this creature was so scared and in awe by his abnormal appearance they shunned him. Then he saw his own reflection and was surprised by his grotesque look. He has an inhuman ludicrous exterior. Unlike his exterior, when the coin was flipped to tails, it was beautiful. A creature created with a blank slate, even though he was abandoned and wasn’t taught the human basics he observed the people in the village and taught himself. He was compassionate yet scorned. “Unfeeling, heartless creator! You had endowed me with perceptions and passions, and then cast me abroad an object for the scorn and horror of mankind”. He just wanted to be accepted like everybody else was. He had good intentions and that was shown when he helped the girl that almost drowned but because of his appearance he was rewarded with beating and scorn. The monster’s interior self was a man searching in hope to be accepted. This side of the coin was emotionally humane with the understanding and basic needs of a normal human being. When the monster confronted Victor in the mountains he argued that he