Help me with Frankenstein assignment

  1. The book is called Frankenstein, but a huge chunk of it is told from the point of view of the monster. Who’s the real protagonist here? Is Frankenstein right to effectively disown his creation?
  2. Victor claims that he breaks his promise to create him a companion because he doesn’t trust the monster. Is the monster trustworthy? Can Victor be trustworthy even though he broke his promise?
  3. If we can’t trust appearances, what can we trust? Words can be misinterpreted; actions can be understood. Is there any way to truly understand another person in Frankenstein?
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