Responsibility by: Jamison Gleich
Here in this quote on page 74, we see that Victor is extremely emotional about what has happened. Not only is he upset but is also very mad, mad at himself for what he has done. Creating this creature caused these crimes in which himself being the creator.
This shows the creature, not knowing what to do. Why has Victor done this to him. This abandonment of him. Not needing or wanting of him.This shows responsibility because we see that the creature is in a state of misery, and Victor is blaming himself for the actions and everything that the creature has done. Nothing would be like this if it were not for creating him in the first place.
This quote is from the creature on page 118. We see that the creatures thoughts are no longer a good thing to him. The more the creature is learning of this world and the way it works the worse it is becoming of him. No socialization for him, nothing. Here we see that the creature leans toward violence and bad things. These being the things that is the last thing Victor wants. Especially being acted towards his own family. Victor with all of the work he has done and the mind set he had for this, is corrupt and believes it is his own fault for what will happen to his people and his family.
Here in this quote we see that Victor is in utter confusion. He does not know what to do with himself. He knows what he has done at this point. He realizes that what he has done cannot be taken back. We can see from this that he himself is putting himself into a state of mind that is not good. He cannot sleep and cant do anything but think of what he has done. This shows that Victor is taking responsibility for his actions and for what he has done.
Victor is thinking about his family. More importantly his brother and his father. He knows what is roaming of them, being the creature. He doesn't want them to get hurt, that is the last thing that he would ever want to happen. But Victor knows what he has created he knows what the creature he created is capable of. He feels responsible for this and doesn't want his family to get hurt.
This is a quote from Victor in the book on page 77. Although he has not actually committed any crimes himself, victor knows that being the creator of this creature and bringing him to the world of life, is the true murderer. None of this would have happened if it were not for Victor himself, doing what he did and all of the work he has created has brought death upon his family and feels responsible for these actions.
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