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Frankenstein was highly intelligent, but he failed to consider the implications of making a sentient being. All his goals were fixed on the creating. Not the creation, and so he didn’t know what to do with the monster when he finished it. In the scene where he succeeds in animating it, his first feeling is of revulsion. Since the real, breathing, moving monster is so much different from the idealized creation of Frankenstein’s dreams. Frankenstein and bride I see your scars poster. He flees the monster, and when it seeks him out in his room, he leaves the house entirely to avoid it. This is likely his first and last chance to teach it to reverence him, and he totally blows it. Any idea that Frankenstein made the monster because he himself was evil and twisted. He wanted to use it to take over the world or something, is either from a movie, which I haven’t seen, or is a misunderstanding. Frankenstein made the monster from irresponsible curiosity and desire for scientific recognition, nothing more.