To get Victor's head out from the darkness and harsh thoughts, he began to walk onto the highest peak he may find to admire the nature. Victor was relieving the thoughts and pain this way. He settled in and began to retire himself for the rest of the day. He was enjoying all the time that he was staying, Observing shapes, pine needles, and other naturalistic values . "These sublime and magnificent scenes afforded me the greatest consolation that i was capable of receiving," (Shelley 92).
.. here me out
Victor began realizing the weather change meant in the sky and was unsure about it all. He begins to see a dark figure staring at him and questioned who it can be. Victor feels worried, as if he is being watched. "Vast mist were rising from the rivers which ran through it and curling in thick wreaths around to the opposite mountain, whose summits where hid in the uniform clouds, while rain poured from the dark sky and added to the melancholy impression I received from the objects around me," (Shelley 93).
Victor is outraged that the figure that was watching him from a far was the creature. He felt sicked and wished him upon death. Victor is amazed that the creature was able to speak words, but questioned where he learned it all from. "I perceived, as the shape came nearer (sight tremendous and abhorred!) that it was the wrench whom I had created," (Shelley 94).
The creature just wanted victor to hear him out. Victor stayed Indignant, Because he new what the creature did and how he hurt his family and won't ever get that time with them again. Victor tends to lose his temper and just wants the creature gone, or furthermore killed, "Yet I ask you not to spare me; to listen to me, then, if you can, and if you will, destroy the work of your hands," (Shelley 96).
The creature is crushed to hear his own creator wants him dead which the creature understands, but is still asking and willing to change if victor were to just listen and understand. The creature begins to guilt trip victor into, the creator who hates what he created and how appalling he really is. Which begins to change Victors mindset a bit more. "Will no entreaties cause thee to turn a favorable eye upon thy creature, who implores thy goodness compassion," (Shelley 96).
After a few times arguing back in forth about what was wrong and what was right, Victor relinquished, and sat himself down to listen the monsters point of view. Victor was not happy about it but at least he will now know the mindset of the killer and why he did such a thing. "But I consisted to listen, and seating myself by the fire which my odious companion had lighted, he thus began his tale," (Shelley 97).