Through her and the other characters of the novel, it becomes clear that love and caring from parental roles are so abundantly important for the wellbeing of their children that a lack of can have deleterious consequences.
If the parent cannot offer human love, the child will not be able to feel human, unless it can be searched out from another source. DeLacey is blind, the monster approaches him first and then soon after, Fellix and Agatha walk in and chase the monster out. Frankenstein can have numerous meanings depending on how a person perceives it.
Even though it was written in the Romantic period, Mary Shelley still wrote Frankenstein to be a Gothic work of literature.
He killed Banquo first and his conscious made him see his ghost. On the one hand, the monster has murdered nearly all of those dear to Frankenstein, and has taken pleasure in his ability to extinguish life.
Victor was a brilliant being ever since he learned to read and write.
His ambition took over his life. The tale of Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, focuses on the outcome of one man's idealistic motives and desires of dabbling with nature, which result in the creation of horrific creature.
People figured out what he was doing and that it was wrong. In her writings, Shelley would take a theme that was evident in her own life and apply them to her writings.