they were dressed in excellent clothes and still more they enjoyed one anothers

They were dressed in excellent clothes and still more

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they were dressed in excellent clothes; and, still more, they enjoyed one another’s company and speech.” Although, in reality, the DeLaceys’ family lifestyle was “poverty, and they suffered that evil in a very distressing degree… suffered the pangs of hunger very poignantly, especially the two younger cottagers.” 2. The creature assists the DeLacey family by not eating their food anymore, and by cutting wood and secretly putting it at their door every night. 3. The creature observes the DeLacey family for many months because in the chapter it says “several revolutions of the moon,” which means it must be a long time. 4. The creature learns from the family by their speech, music, kindness with one another, family relationships, and reading. 5. The creature wants to learn how to speak because he wants to be able to speak and communicate properly with humans. So, they will not be frightened by his appearance. 6. The irony in the creature looking upon the DeLaceys as “superior beings” is that when Victor Frankenstein was creating his creature, he was trying to make it a “superior being.” Now, the “superior being” that Victor has created thinks that normal human beings (the family of three, he has been observing) are “superior being.”
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