Victor’s Views of the Monster and First Responses
First Responses: “the wretch, the miserable monster” Escape, glad to see his enemy “fled”; ill, sees his creature as his “enemy” haunting him (p. 61)
(temporary relief –with Clerval and in nature)
The father’s letter about William’s death Remorse;
(p. 80): the monster as “the living monument of presumption and rash ignorance”
(pp. 91-92) “I had been the author of , and I lived in daily fear lest the monster whom I had created should perpetrate some new wickedness.