Is Man Molded by Society, or Does Society Mold Man?

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Mary Shelley suggest through her literary work, that Man, as symbolized through the monster, is born innately good, but society corrupts and influences him. So in reading Shelley’s novel, one begins to question his or her role in humanity. What if my child is born deformed, could I still love it or would I wish it were dead? Victor Frankenstein's confronts this question displaying complete failure in parenting...
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For approximately ( ) months Victor Frankenstein labored on the creation of his "child". Finally on a "dreary night in November he witnesses the "birth". "I saw the dull yellow eye of the creature open; it breathed hard, and a convulsive motion agitated its limbs ( ).” Instead of reaching out to his child, Victor rushes out of the room disgusted by the abnormality of his creation...
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