In what way does Henry remind Victor of his former self in Frankenstein?

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In the novel Frankenstein, Victor and Henry are lifelong friends who appreciate each other very much. Henry basically grew up in the Frankenstein estate and he was very much treated as a part of Victor's family.

Victor and Henry separated when Henry left for Ingolstadt. However, he met Victor again when the latter was suffering from what is known in the story as "insane fevers", or fits of anxiety that Victor suffered after...

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