In Frankenstein, what are some examples of Victor's loss of power and control over the monster he created?

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The first, quite glaring example of this is the death of William, which is caused by the monster. Frankenstein, catching a glimpse of him in the neighbourhood of the crime, immediately thinks he was responsible. Obviously Frankenstein never intended him to go around killing people, so this is the first real example of how Frankenstein retains no power or control over what the monster does.


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