what evidence does shelley provide of the creature's innate goodness?

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Hey Codie, I think many of your questions are repeats. Please go to the history of the Frankenstein questions. Just click on the red "Browse other questions" link above and you will find them!

There was only one repeat on accident. The rest of them are not.

OK sorry then.

The creature likes the DeLacy family. He pities them for their poverty. He sees that he is eating from their meager stores and tries to repay them by gathering wood and working in the garden. When he reads the books, he admires goodness and despises evil.