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Frankenstein dives full on into science and anatomy with a huge interest in it. Hoping in creating something astonishing himself, he thinks of how to use this science equipment to his own use.
Frankenstein starts to sketch out how he wants to design and create his monster. It needs to be dealt with delicately and properly in order to work. "My labours would soon end, and I believed that exercise and amusement would then drive away incipient disease; and I promised myself both of these when my creation should be complete," (Shelley 41).
Victor is now bringing his creature that he dug up from a grave to bring him to his house. There, he will perform something that has never been done before and that will test the work of God.
Victor keeps on getting more and more ideas while scientifically figuring out how to bring his monster to life. At first, he is intrigued, but he soon will question the reason he has decided to create a living creature.
Victor has completed his creation of his monster and is scared to say the least. The monster slightly sits up and smiles at him. "His jaws opened, and he muttered some inarticulate sounds, while a grin wrinkled his cheeks," (Shelley 43).
Victor is completely stunned and frightened by his creation and runs away, screaming. Little does he know that his leaving would cause Frankenstein to act in sinister ways.
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