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I can't believe my dad thinks I want to study in a whole different counrty. Does he not realized I'm only 17.
I wanted to create a beautiful man. Creature look at your watery, yellow eyes, tight skin and black lips. My dreams have vanished and my heart is filled with disgust and horror.
Make me a mate or I will destroy you.
Victor loves science and vows to someday study his dream . Victor prepares to leave for his studies at the University of Ingolstadt. At the university, Victor meets his professors M. Krempe and M. Waldman. For two years, Victor becomes very involved with his studies, even impressing his teachers and fellow students.
I shall be with you on your wedding-night.
After bringing the creature to life, Victor feels guilty that he has brought a new life into the world with no provisions for taking care of the monster. He runs away in fear and disgust from his creation and his conscience.
The monster confronts his maker with a proposition. He convinces Victor to once again re-create the process first used on the monster. Victor sees the monster's point of view and agrees to create a mate for the monster.
Now that Victor is dead, I have no purpose in life.
Victor agrees to begin work on a second creation and makes plans to go to England and Scotland to begin his secret work. Victor destroys his project and goes out to sea to dispose of the remains. The monster vows revenge on Victor not upholding his end of their deal.
The wedding went as it was planned. While Victor was making sure that he covered all possible entrances that the monster could use to get into the wedding chamber, the monster sneaks into Elizabeth's room and strangles her.
The monster appears out of nowhere to see Victor one last time. The monster enters the cabin of the ship and tells Walton his side of the story. Victor dies, and the monster tells Walton that he will burn his own funeral pyre.
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