Unformatted text preview: The two might procreate “and a race of devils would be propagated upon the earth”: And future ages might curse Victor… (p. 129); o Creature’s response: “I am your master; - obey”: Swears revenge vs. Victor: “I shall be with you on your wedding-night” (131) – • Victor misreads this, disastrously: Creature is not going to kill Victor, he’s going to make him understand (which Victor does – finally – on p. 154): o Victor’s transformation goes into high gear: Creature’s plan transforms Victor himself into a monster, a Satanic being. • Conclusion of the novel (at the outer reaches of the narrative frame and the world): o Victor tells crew to go on (p. 170); o Tells Walton to seek tranquility (174): Tension between vision and community, self and other?...
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