1.     Individuals
are not born to be mischievous or dangerous, but it’s the society and its
negative influences that shape their characteristics. Margret Shelly’s novel Frankenstein
published in 1818 depicts a striving scientist (Victor Frankenstein) in which
he is fascinated with the knowledge of life, but after creating his animated
creature, he flees by it’s disgusting appearance, leaving the once guiltless
individual turn into a monster of society. The impact of society’s nurture can
be seen through the creature’s alienation from society, the negative influences
of injustice and society interpretation of a monster. No matter how mentally
strong an individual is, society will always it’s part.