Frankenstein’s monster enters the world with the hope of serving people, making friends with them. But he does not find a place for himself, and he takes revenge on his creator. Desperate and unhappy, the monster kills Victor’s family. He wants his creator to be as lonely as himself.
Cut off from his family and dedicated to working at the University of Ingolstadt, Victor Frankenstein discovered the secret of creating life. After raiding graveyards of human limbs and organs, he builds a creature and brings it back to life. Seeing the result, Frankenstein flees his creation in horror.
The scientist tried to forget about the giant he created, but he had to face it again. Frankenstein saw the creature in the forest when going back home. He had just learned that someone had killed his younger brother. The servant of the Frankenstein family was accused of this atrocity. Still, Victor was sure that the monster committed the murder.
The creature demanded that Victor create a woman for him to avoid loneliness. Victor eventually agreed. But later, he destroyed the body of an almost completed woman. It enraged the monster. So, he killed the scientist’s brother first. A little later, he killed his wife right after the wedding.
In revenge, the creature made Victor feel everything that he felt. A monster doomed to loneliness becomes a cruel killer because of his creator’s refusal and the persecution of people frightened by his ugliness. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a story of deep sadness, immeasurable loneliness, and endless suffering.