Last Updated on October 26, 2018, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 212
- How does Victor often spend his nights at Belrive?
- How have Justine and William’s deaths affected Elizabeth?
- Why does Victor want to see the creature again?
- Where does Victor decide to travel?
- What mountain does Victor decide to climb in spite of the storm?
- To whom does the creature compare himself?
- What does the creature say has made him a fiend?
- What does the creature ask Victor to do?
- What threat does the creature make?
- Why does Victor agree to accompany the creature to his hut?
- Victor often spends his nights at Belrive alone on Lake Geneva.
- Elizabeth is deeply saddened and disillusioned after Justine and William’s deaths.
- Victor wants to see the creature again so he can avenge Justine and William by killing him.
- Victor decides to travel toward the valley of Chamounix.
- Victor decides to climb Montanvert.
- The creature compares himself to “the fallen angel,” or Satan.
- The creature says misery has made him a fiend.
- The creature asks Victor to listen to his story.
- The creature threatens to ruin Victor’s life, murder more of his loved ones, and become a scourge on humanity.
- Victor agrees to accompany the creature to his hut out of a mixture of curiosity, compassion, and a sense of duty.
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