Victor and his Study of Contemporary Science (2)
M. Kempe: “you must begin your studies entirely .” (46)
Victor: not disappointed, but not convinced either (46) by the “little conceited fellow” to “exchange chimeras of boundless grandeur for realities of little worth” (47).
M. Waldman: convinces him to believe in chemistry or modern masters and to explore different branches of natural philosophy. (47)