Frankenstein Comparison Essay Both Mary Shelly's Frankenstein and Young Frankenstein were both great movies, though, I preferred Mary Shelly's Frankenstein a little bit more. Frankenstein does not go along and the monster says he will be there on Frankenstein's wedding night.
Although the character of Victor Frankenstein reveals love for his cousin Elizabeth, his friends and his family at the beginning of the novel, his feelings of hate is what stands out in him the most.
Before the monster learns to express himself, his actions are no less than terrifying.
His escape from Victor’s workshop seems sinister and his murder of William apparently confirms the notion that he is a powerful, malignant beast capable of unmotivated violence. Victor assumes, and Shelley invites us to assume along with him, that this being, with his patched-together body, his yellow skin, and his black lips, must have a soul that matches his hideous appearance.
"Unable to endure the aspect of the being I had created, I rushed out of the room and continued a long time traversing my bedchamber, unable to compose my mind to sleep."".
This is Victor's first act of cowardice in the story.