What is said in Chapter 9 of Frankenstein about "immoderate grief?"

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Victor Frankenstein's father tries to counsel his son when he sees the extremity of his son's reaction to the deaths of William and Justine.  The elder Frankenstein says,

"Is it not a duty to the survivors that we should refrain from augmenting their unhappiness by an appearance of immoderate grief

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