Victor walks around in nature alone. He feels safe and ecstatic walking in the valley and being in nature in general. Victor states "I spent the day roaming through the valley," (Chapter 10 Par. 1). Victor states he like the mountain by stating "The sublime magnificent scenes afforded me the greatest consultation that I was capable of receiving. (Chapter 10 par.1)
Victor encounters the creature, which can now speak. Victor cannot escape and tells the creature how much he dislikes his creation. Victor expresses his anger towards his creation by stating, "Devil, I exclaimed, do you dare approach me? Do not you fear the fierce vengeance of my arm wreaked on your miserable head? Begone vile insect!" (Ch.10 P.7). The creature responds to Victor by stating "Yet you, my creator, detest and spurn me."(Ch.10 p.8).
The creature tells Victor that when he was born he felt happy and loved the world. The creature sees life as it being beautiful. The creature states when Victor attacks him, states, "Life although it may only be an accumulation of anguish, is dear to me and I will defend it." (Ch.10 p.9). The creature tells Victor the when he was born, "I was benevolent and good."(Ch.10 p.10).
The creature tells Victor that he dislikes the world and people because Victor turned his back on him and feels isolated. The creature tries to get Victor to like him because so that the creature can love the world like when he was born. The creature states "Misery made me a fiend." (Ch.10 P.10). He tries to convince Victor to listen to him by saying "How can I move thee? Will no entreaties cause thee to turn a favorable eye upon thy creature?" (Ch.10 P.11).
The creature tells Victor that if the world knew of his existence they would want him gone. He also tells Victor that he is the only one able to save his creation before he makes the world his enemy. Proof of this is shown by the creation saying "If the multitude of mankind know of my existence they would do as you do and arm themselves." (Ch. 10 p. 11). The creature also states "I am miserable, yet it is in your power to save me and deliver me from an evil. (Ch. 10 p.11).
The creature asks Victor to at least listen to his story atop a hut at the peak of the mountain, Victor is still mad and just wants the creature out of his sight. The creature leaves hoping that Victor will listen to his long strange tale. Victor states "You have left me no power to consider whether I am just to you or not." (ch. 10 p. 12). The creature states "Still thou canst listen to me and grant me thy compassion... at least hear my tale; it is long and strange." (Ch.10 p.13)