What does the creature say to Victor when he reconnects with him, and for what does he ask in Frankenstein?
Tortured by the knowledge that he is the "true murderer of William and Justine," Victor Frankenstein returns to nature for a sublime experience of the feeling of awe, hope, and ecstasy in the valley of Chamounix. However, it is there that he re-encounters his creature.
Victor tells his creature that he wishes that the extinction of the creature's life would restore the victims who were so "diabolically murdered!" The creature replies...
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The creature tells Victor the story of how he had spent time observing the family from a cave near a cottage. He told Victor how he had wanted to be a part of humanity. He had read books which he had taught himself how to read. He had seen the beauty of humanity in the books and had become lonely and in need of human interaction in order to live.
He had made his presence known to the blind man, begging him to save him from his life of loneliness. When the man's family saw him they had shunned him, screamed, and fainted. For the creature it was a turning point. He knew he would never be a man like other men but rather something despised and hunted. Enraged he had become a killing machine by destroying humans. He would never feel a mother's love or the wanting touch of a human.
The creature demands that Victor create him a female like him. He wants Victor to make her from parts the same way he has been formed. He wants to live with her and promises Victor that he will take her far away from society and live alone with her. Victor tells him that he can not bring himself to create another creature.