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9. When the monster says that human laws are bloody, what does that say about the time period when this takes place? What happened in the early 19th century when someone was condemned, and how is it different now, especially in America?
10. The monster observes a family that has everything he desires, yet they are miserable. Have you ever known someone who seemed to have a really good life but was still miserable? Why was he or she unhappy? Does having all one's needs met equal happiness? Why or why not?11. The monster compares himself to Adam, and then to Satan. Is it possible for good and evil to exist within one person? Why or why not?