Rankenstein analysis (Mary Shelley1818)
It is the evil of mankind, not the inborn tendencies of the monster, or the work and desertion of his a?God,a? that drive Frankenstein to act out of anger, despair and revenge. In defense of the monster, did he have any other options than the ones he took?
no introduction needed, only analysis, using a lot of short quotes from the book, no floating quotes