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Frankenstein - Mary Shelley

How did the monster get back to Geneva and locate Victor's little brother? Was it just a coincidence that the monster was in the area and happened to kill William? Or is it, as the back of the book suggests, part of a revenge scheme against the creator who rejected it? If so, this story is not only a cautionary tale of scientific advancement, it can mirror the violent actions of rejected, unloved children today.