In Frankenstein, why does Victor proceed with his plans to marry Elizabeth? ...despite the monster’s earlier threat to visit him on his wedding night?
After receiving Elizabeth's letter in which she asks him "Do you not love another?" because Victor no longer shows an interest in marrying her, Victor's memory of what the creature has told him is revived --"I shall be with you on your wedding-night." Victor believes, of course, that his "daemon" will destroy him and prevent him from what little happiness he can attain by having Elizabeth's love to console him for all his losses. However, Victor resolves,...
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