In Frankenstein, why does the creature ask for a mate?
The creature created by Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley's classic horror novel Frankenstein asks, even demands, that he be given a mate. Victor is horrified, as he wants nothing to do with the process he invented to reanimate dead flesh.
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The reason that the creature wants a mate is that no normal human seems to want to associate with him. Everyone who sees him is afraid and repulsed,...
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from Frankenstein Study GuideChapter 4 / Lesson 5
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