1. What does Frankenstien learn through the course of the book?

2. What could Victor have done to have helped the creature be more socialized?

3. What kind of ethics did/didn't Victor employ?

4. What might this story be foreshadowing about modern medical society?  

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Victor learns that there are consequences for playing God's role. He learns that the unnatural creation of life demands that he take care of his "spawn" no matter how repulsive he finds it. Victor abandons and runs from what he created so, in the end, his creation vows on destroying him.


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