3.What assumption does the monster make about the beautiful woman's reaction to him? Reminder: The beautiful woman's picture is carried by William.
4.What is the outcome of the monster's conversation with the blind De Lacey?
b) After reading this passage (or another passage for that matter), do you experience pathos for the monster? After reading this passage, I do experience pathos for the monster because it indicates how his creator held good and evil within him. This quotes explains the presence of good and evil within a man, it is telling the readers that wrong actions can change the nature of a person entirely. It make us wonder how we can change the nature of man, which is what the monster had felt about his creator. The monster was left alone to face the reality of life, this quote indicates how the creator that worked so hard on his creation had turned away from his creation in one glance. It portrays how a person can become dual natured without even giving the chance for his creation to show its own nature. The passage showed how the views of Victor altered for his creation due to its foul appearance and his thoughts had become from good to evil.
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