How does the Monster learn about human society in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein?

Did he learn from Felix?

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The monster hides and watches people from afar. He watches Felix and his family intently. The creature loves the compassion and warmth the family shows each other. Unfortunately, this compassion does not extend to the creature. Felix drives the creature from the family cottage with stones. Felix comes to represent one of the basic flaws in the human character: the hatred of difference.