frankenstein chapter 7/8

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  • chapter 7
  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 7
  • on the way back to the university, Victor finds a letter from his father telling him that Victor’s youngest brother, William, has been murdered. Victor departs immediately for Geneva.
  • chapter 7
  • By the time he arrives, night has fallen and the gates of Geneva have been shut, so he spends the evening walking in the woods around the outskirts of the town.
  • chapter 8
  • As he walks near the spot where his brother’s body was found, he spies the monster lurking and becomes convinced that his creation is responsible for killing William.
  • Chapter 8
  • victor learns that Justine has been accused of the murder. Victor proclaims Justine’s innocence, but the evidence against her seems irrefutable. He refuses to explain himself so he isn't labeled insane.
  • Justine confesses to the crime,but tells Elizabeth and Victor that she is innocent. Elizabeth and Victor still believe she's innocent.
  • Justine is soon executed. Victor is filled with guilt, because he knows Justine didn't commit the crime. the monster he created killed two members of his family, and he feels he is the one to blame.
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