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Education in Frankenstein

How does Victor's education parallel the monster's?  What does Victor most desire to know?  What are the different ways in which the monster acquires his education?  What important things does the monster learn and how does he use this knowledge?
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Re: Education in Frankenstein

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Most importantly, I thought that the monster's and Victor's education lacked some guidance or restraint. Education can be a monster itself, depending on it's content and instruction.

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