In Frankenstein what does it say about the creature that once he understood the impoverish situation of the cottagers that he no longer ate of their food but instead existed on food he found in the forest himself?
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Answered by Aslan
It tells us that the creature was more humane than the humans. Despite being rejected by society through no fault of his own, the creature respects that the very people who torment him need to eat.