Why does Victor not confess to the crime? Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

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After observing that Justine's "pretended friends" are too cowardly to testify on her behalf and the public indignation is against her, Victor Frankenstein rushes out of court with an agonized conscience.  For, Victor has assumed that he need not confess because Justine, who is...

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