The Creature from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is an intelligent being. Despite being brought to life by the questionable actions of the protagonist, his mind is human-like. He is not a zombie, as he consists of body parts of multiple sources and has an identity.
There has been a discussion on whether the monster is a zombie or a golem. The creation was brought to life from body parts of dead humans. It would be more appropriate to call it a golem, or a construct, rather than a zombie. Moreover, the Creature has shown that it was self-aware and acted on its own free will.
In a refusal to acknowledge his creation, Frankenstein did not give the monster a name. It was an attempt not to vest it with an identity. Despite his neglect, the Creature managed to develop complicated human emotions. Victor Frankenstein created a monster that was a mixture of body parts from various humans. The Creature is not undead, since it was a living being, not a mindless animated corpse.
He was not obedient or under his masters’ command, as zombies are in fiction novels. The monster could learn but had to start from the basics. He had no past experiences. Victor felt guilty of his creation’s actions as a golem’s sins lay upon its master. Frankenstein used a scientific approach to create new life. He broke religious taboos, which led to a tragic result and multiple deaths.