If you don't create a female for me, I will keep killing the ones you love!
While Robert Walton was on his way to the North Pole, he finds a stranger out on the ice. He gets him on the boat, attempting to help his poor state.
What if they try to have kids?
What if she does not have the same desire to live far away?
I can't do it!
What if he breaks his promise?
Victor begins to tell his story of him creating a monster. All of the stuff starts to sound crazy to Walton, but he is very interested.
Please don't kill me!
As Victor continues to tell him the story, he tells how the monster continues to kill the ones close to him. This makes Victor contemplate whether or not he will create a second creature.
Well if he is dead, I might as well die too.
As Victor contemplated whether or not to create the female, he asked himself multiple questions. He decided to not do it, even though he knew the monster would be upset.
On Victor's wedding night, the monster showed up and strangled Elizabeth. Victor was too late and she died, and the monster had escaped. That was when Victor decided he was going to find him and kill him.
Victor dies, and when the monster finds out, he decides he should die as well. Walton is astonished at the monster and continues to write to his sister.