In the book Frankenstein by Marry Shelly, a medical student named Victor Frankenstein who is telling the story of how his wish to be godlike ruined his life. When Victor creates life in the laboratory he flees and abandons his creation. This leads the creation to learn write or wrong by himself, but the creation feels isolated. This isolation plus abuse from local villagers lead the creation to murder the loved ones of Victor, and eventually the death of Victor himself caused by hunting the creation. If Victor had thought of all of the effects his experiment may have beforehand or even just taken responsibility for his creation Victor could have prevented the deaths and lived a happy life.