If you're feeling pretty conflicted about the monster right now, that's because he's supposed to be essentially dualistic. The De Lacey Family The creature lives for some time in a hovel joined to a cottage, which is inhabited by the De Laceys, a peasant family.
The word "monster" causes one to imagine a hideous, deformed or nonhuman creature that appears in horror movies and novels and terrifies everyone in its path.
As the Monster experiences more and more sensations in the world, he gains qualities that are increasingly human. He states that he is a stubborn person and that his resolution of going on expeditions makes him happy.
We'd like to give him the benefit of the doubt—but, when it comes down to it, we'd be pulling out the mace and pressing the panic button on our cellphone if we saw him in a dark alley.
Figuratively, folks. On their wedding night, however, Elizabeth is strangled to death by the creature. The Creature becomes lonely and begs Victor to create a female companion for him.
Rather than fight back as he could easily overpower the feeble Frankensteinhe says, "I will not be tempted to set myself in opposition to thee" Is he good or evil?