Before the time of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, how did people tend to imagine monsters? a. Their ugliness and strangeness were signs that they were evil. B.Their ability to hide among everyday society and spread immorality were indications of their evil. C.Their role as victims of society's evil made them easier to identify with. D.Their desire to be accepted without putting forth any effort was a sign of their wickedness.
a. would be the most appropriate answer