creating the monster and lives with the regret until death meets him. Hydes, on the other hand,
realize later that the serum that he thought was helpful was hazardous and decides to take his life.
The lack of awareness of the future negative impacts is perhaps an outcome of turning a blind
eye to the reality of life and spending too much time in the world of fantasies. The decision to
keep their monstrous ideas a top-secret also contributes to the heinous acts that accompany the
thoughts. For instance, Frankenstein advanced his secretive missions by digging the graves at
night little did he know that he was digging his future ordeals (Holmes, 493). Additionally, the
monster haunts Frankenstein, Hyde, on his part fancies the change in form and proceeds to
practice the same by formulating a serum that would secretly change his form. The chemical
becomes harmful making him turn into Hykes unexpectedly and violently.
The monstrous character for both actors in the books is addictive and keeps nagging them
to advance their ambitions. As coined earlier, Frankenstein and Hyde are driven blindly by their
desires. The monstrous desires keep developing and become addictive to both men to the extent
that hatred grows in their hearts. Frankenstein sneaked to the cemeteries during the nights and
dug out to fetch human body parts in the pretext of creating a superhuman. Hyde also plans and
succeeds in developing a portion that changes him. The desire to create the monsters tends to
increase each new day and urges Frankenstein and Hyde to dig deeper into their ambitions
relentlessly (Nygård, 12). The monstrous theme was depicted as one, which existed in the society
and which is highly destructive to those who possess it. The two main characters in the books
end up in psychological turmoil and consequential death upon embracing of the style of serving
their fantasies. The presentation of the monstrous character in the two main characters is a
depiction of the reality of human nature that is common in the contemporary world. Human
beings are full of hidden but harmful desires that most people never live to tell of their ordeals.