you, perhaps, regard her as your sister, without any wish that she might become your wife. Nay, you may have met another whom you love," (shelley 144).
let me go to england for a year first, then i'll marry her.
I expressed a wish to visit England, but concealing my true reasons of this request under a guise which excited no suspicion. (Shelley 145)
"this is what it is to live, now i enjoy existence my dear Frankenstein," (shelley 147).
In this scene we see victor's father expressing his concerns to victor whether or not he still loves elizabeth. He thinks that there is another woman in his life and he does not want to tie victor down in his studies
Man i sure wish there was a quote for this part of the chapter
likewise, as a character i feel empty with no quotes.
Victor reassures his father that he does still love Elizabeth, and that he simply looks stressed and unwell because of his pursuit of his work. He asks his father for permission to go to England for a year to pursue his work, but in reality it is just to work on another creature in peace and solitude
This is nice
Next, we see victor starting on his journey and without knowing, his father has arranged that his friend Henry Clerval join him on the journey. At first victor thinks he is going to hinder him but realizes that it will be just the opposite.
OMG babe we made it.
they begin their journey on a boat descending down the Rhine river. on the way they pass many beautiful islands and towns of such.
after a few days they arrive at the Mainz, where the river starts to become more "picturesque". On the way the river starts to bend and wind more and they see abandoned castles and such along the way.
The chapter ends with victor and henry enjoying their bro time together in the boat and by the end of the chapter they end up in britain, their destination and the month is december.
It was in the latter days of december when we first saw the cliffs of britain, (shelley 150).