Which event most clearly contributes to the monster’s hatred of humans?

Which event most clearly contributes to the monster’s hatred of humans?

The event that most clearly contributes to the monster’s hatred of humans is option D: Frankentein’s abandonment of his creation immediately after it receives life.   The monster tells it’s story to his creator, Victor Frankenstein, when they meet on a hill. Frankenstein is surprised to see how articulated the creature is, and it tells how he was  attacked every time he found humans.  Then he narrates how he hid himself in a warehouse of firewood attached to a cottage, from where he observes the life of a family, until the day they discover the monster he is. From this point, the creature decides to get revenge from his creator.

A) his being sent away by the De Lacey family instead of being accepted Explanation: I just took the 6.2.4 Quiz on Apex trust me fam

D. Explanation: In Chapter 16, of ‘Frankenstein’ when the monster wakes up and finds that his family had left him, angry he burns the cottage down. Then he journeyed for weeks and months before he makes it to Geneva. While the monster was hiding under the shade of a cypress tree, he sees a beautiful young girl, who came running towards the shores. Suddenly her foot slips, and she begins to drown. The monster comes out of his hiding and grabs the girl and saves her. The father of the girl thinks that he is hurting her, so he shots him with a gun. Not getting appreciated for his act of benevolence rather being treated like this he vows to take vengeance on humans. The first victim of his revenge was William Frankenstein, who was the youngest brother of Victor. So, the correct option is D.

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D.Saving a child and then getting shot by the child’s father Explanation: This is about Frankenstein’s monster. At some point, me meets a child whom he saves from drowning in a stream. The father of the child shoots him in the shoulder, though, and the Monster gets no recognition for what he did. Because of that, he becomes “inflamed by pain,” and decides for his “eternal hatred and vengeance to all mankind”.

Explanation: Saving a child and then getting shot by the child’s father

Answer 6

Frankenstein is surprised to see how articulated the creature is, and it tells how he was  attacked every time he found humans.  Then he narrates how he hid himself in a warehouse of firewood attached to a cottage, from where he observes the life of a family, until the day they discover the monster he is. From this point, the creature decides to get revenge from his creator.

Answer 7

Frankenstein’s abandonment of his creation immediately after it receives life. Explanation: In the book, we learn that Dr. Frankenstein was obsessed with the creation of life. He believed that he was powerful and intelligent enough to be able to create life out of dead matter. However, when he is able to do so, he is horrified by the creature he created, and abandons it. The creature, however, develops needs that resemble those of humans, and becomes desperate for love and appreciation. Eventually, the fact that his creator abandoned him leads the monster to develop extremely negative feelings towards all humans.

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his being sent away by the De Lacey family instead accepted.

D.) saving a child and then getting shot by the child’s father

The answer is A because not being accepted by the humans would be a solid reason to hate them.  B is talking about his travels through the woods but that had nothing to do with his family. C is saying how he can understand himself on his own without his family but it’s not evidence that he hates them. D can’t be the answer because it talking up humans so the only answer left is A.

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