1. Say that how often we feel sympathy for the Monster.
Throughout the play, the audience is made to feel sympathy for the Monster. From his birth to his death, the Monster emerges as a tragic character.
2. Say why it is an important idea.
The idea of sympathy is important because it provides a conflict between the characters of Frankenstein and the Monster. We are supposed to like Frankenstein, but we like his Monster more.
3. Say what lessons (if any) this idea teaches us.
The play promotes a clear message of tolerating and having compassion for others who are different to ourselves. Having sympathy for the Monster is the most powerful way this idea is put across to the audience.