"[Victor] had worked hard for nearly two years, for the sole purpose of infusing life into an inanimate body... " (43)
"...now that he had finished the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled (his) heart. " (43)
What have I done?.... This is a monster.
Victor tries to sleep but he can't because he keeps having nightmares about death. He see Elizabeth dead in his arms, and he also sees his mother dead.
The monster is standing over Victor when he wakes up. It had been watching him sleep. Scared, Victor goes into the courtyard.
Henry sees Victor and they speak to one another. (45-46)
It gives me the greatest delight to see you
My dear, Frankenstein, how glad I am to see you!
My father has permitted me to undertake a voyage of discovery to the land of knowledge.
"Do not ask me, he can only tell. Oh, save me! Save me!" (47)
My dear Victor, what for God's sake is the matter with you? How ill are you? (47)
Henry takes care of Victor after he has gotten sick. He gives home a letter from Elizabeth and she wants him to write back. She tells them about what has happened back home and about the woman who moved in with them when his mother passed away.