Frankenstein swears to destroy the creature and the creature also vows to create dear ones of Frankenstein. Thus, it can be argued that they are driven by the same feelings, same goals, and same isolation even though they appear to be very different characters at first.
The monster can be viewed as an extension of Frankenstein himself.
I am full of fears; for if I fail there, I am an outcast in the world for ever.” Frankenstein too is isolated and lonely.
At first, it is the obsession with science and creation of life that keeps him apart from others.
Victor was obsessed with the natural world, learning about life and death, and even learning how to reanimate dead objects.“I am an unfortunate and deserted creature; I look around, and I have no relation or friend upon earth.These amiable people to whom I go have never seen me, and know little of me.When Frankenstein destroys the female creature, the monster vows to take revenge from him.As promised he takes revenge from his creator by strangling his bride.Victor and the monster, creator and created, share many similarities, including their relationships with nature, desires for family, and their overall want to do good.Victor Frankenstein shows an increasingly noticeable relationship with nature throughout, mary shelley's frankenstein.Frankenstein creates life and the monster destroys life.Though Frankenstein is advised by those who are more experienced and knowledgeable than him, he continues his experiments without much regards to their morality.However, the monster’s human nature is also shown at the end of the novel where he mourns over the death of Frankenstein.Although one might say that Frankenstein and the monster are very different, if one look at these characters very carefully, several similarities can be noted.