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Victor's Thoughts of "Correct Morality"

In Frankenstein, a fiction novel by Mary Shelly, Dr Frankenstein believes that it is morally correct to create a horrifying creature that has no sense of life. Once the creature is born, Victor is petrified by the terrifying and devilish looks of his monster. Stepping backwards, as a sign of horror. Dr Frankenstein then believes that his monster is capable and will destroying the real world, as well as his own.
Victor's judgment guides him throughout his adventures; it is his faulty morality that dooms him. Dr Frankenstein is threatening by his own creation, he is blame for mal-education and lack of care and love. Victor based his whole life on his own reasoning and beliefs; he never believed that he could be wrong, accused of acts that seamed to him perfectly correct.
Guided by his dreams, Victor moves forward with his family. However, the monster steps up, later in the story, and forces Dr Frankenstein to create him a companion. Victor's creation feels extremely lonely during all these long years, the Doctor never cared or showed any love for his invention, all he believed, was that it was a mistake and endangerment for the population or even his family.
Therefore, the gigantic monster decides to threaten victor taking his family as victims. He forces him to create another creature so that he can finally have a lifetime companions. He feared human and believed that he could never be like them. Dr Frankenstein, terrified by those comments, fears to lapse into the realm of the insane, so theoretically he follows the orders.
Victor was left with two choices, when the monster threatened him. Either the monster berried his family or the entire population was going to perish. Dr Frankenstein believes that it would be more proper, to let the monster destroy the world, while he saves his family for death. "Your Threats cannot move me to an act of wickedness; but they confirm me in determination of mal creating

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