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Frankenstein is a novel that tells the story of a scientist who creates a creature that he names Frankenstein. This creature is evil because it is capable of life and wants to hurt people.

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Question: What is the true evil in Frankenstein? Explain

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. The true evil in Frankenstein is not found in the monster, but in Victor Frankenstein himself. Victor creates life out of sheer curiosity, but then abandons the creature that he has created, leaving the monster to try and survive on his own. This abandonment is what leads the monster down a path of destruction and violence, leading Victor to become the true villain of the story. Victor's moral failure to take responsibility for the consequences of his actions is the true evil in Frankenstein.

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Jan. 18, 2023, 5:43 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 18, 2023