It’s Alive! (Frankenstein)

In Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, a person with good or normal looks is automatically considered to be good and is accepted into society, while on the otherhand those that are deformed and grotesque are automatically considered to be evil and are seperated from society. Because of this stigma, the Creature’s grotesque looks prevent him from gaining acceptance into social life even though he is full of compassion and etiquette on the inside. Even the Creature’s attempts to befriend a blind man fail because of the lack of society’s will to understand those that look different.

The Creature

By Anthony Arcaro,and Julio Francisco


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