Victor Frankenstein refuses to create a female monster, destroying the last hopes of his Creature. The Monster realizes that he is destined to be alone. Now his main goal is to destroy Victor’s life, making him lose everyone he loves. The Monster says, “I will be with you on your wedding night,” and keeps his word by killing Victor’s fiancée Elizabeth.
After Victor Frankenstein rejected the Creature, it had to wander alone in the wild. Having mastered the new body, the Creature hoped to find friendship among the humans, but they all fled in fear. After seeing his reflection in the water, the Monster realizes that he is doomed to be alone forever. One day he gets the idea that if Victor creates a female monster, the Creature will have a chance for happiness.
At first, the scientist, frightened by the threats, agrees and begins a new experiment. However, having almost completed the work, he stops realizing the potential problems. The Monster sees Victor destroying his second creation, and his heart breaks of pain. He appears in front of Frankenstein and promises to follow him and destroy everything dear to him. The Monster kills Frankenstein’s friend Henry Clerval, and Victor ends up in prison. However, he is soon released and returns to Geneva to marry his beloved Elizabeth.
In the woods, Victor finds the Monster to stop him, but he says, “I will be with you on your wedding night” and disappears. Frankenstein is scared and does not know what to do. On his wedding night, he asks his bride to stay in the bedroom. Victor goes into the mountains in search of the Monster. But at this time, the Monster chokes Elizabeth, and Frankenstein sees this scene in the window. Soon, Victor’s father dies of illness, and he is left all alone, having lost everyone he loved.
Revenge becomes Frankenstein’s only goal, and he goes after the Monster through the wild. His path ends near the North Pole, where the ship’s captain picks him up, exhausted. When the team decides to leave the north and head south, Victor tells the captain that he will continue the search. But soon, he dies of exhaustion. Before dying, Frankenstein says parting words to the captain “to seek happiness in tranquility and avoid ambition.”
The Monster observes a sad scene and shows himself to the captain. He says that once his enemy and creator has died, he feels desolation and fear. The beast realizes the responsibility for the murders. The Monster’s revenge does not bring relief. However, Victor redeems his guilt by devoting the rest of his life to fixing his mistake. Many innocent people, including Victor’s fiancée, die due to his vanity. But it is difficult to blame any of the characters for this tragedy. Mary Shelley presents a novel about love and hate and the consequences of rash decisions. The story also shows the dangers of games with science and life.