Guilt a feeling of remorse for an action, is a daemon that haunts Victor Frankenstein .
more diligantly, than the monster he created. This guilt sends frankenstein into an .
illness, and ultimatly destroys his life. Why is Frankenstein persued so persistantly .
by this guilt, and what great crim did he commit that would justify his relentless .
feelings of remorse? Some would say it was simply him attempting the place of God and .
creating life, however it is apparen that his great crime is creating life and not .
fulfilling his duties as its creator. This advocation of his duties eventually led to .
four murders that could have been prevented had Dr Frankenstein accepted his role as .
creator despite its hideous appearance. Frankenstein was even given another chance to .
suppress the hatred owned by the beast by creating a companion for it. BLinded by his .
rage over the murders and the prospect of more these monsters could commit as a team he .
tore apart the would be companion and refuses the daemon the only chance it had at .
living a life of peaceful exile away from the human race. ” I thought with a sensation .
of madness on my promise of creating another like to him, and trembling with passion, .
tore to pieces the thing on which i was engages” Frankenstein re awoke the malice within .
the beast which he was so near to removing. This spastic action eventualy lead to the .
death of Elizabeth, frankensteins wife, on their wedding night. (Pg.144) Frakenstein was .
then faced with four murdered loves ones. All of which had died because of irresponsible .
actions Frankenstein made due to his inability to control his emotions.