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In order to obtain the parts that he needed for his experiment, Victor dug up graves and took body parts. He says that "My limbs now tremble, and my eyes swim with the remembrance; but then a resistless, and almost frantic impulse, urged me foreward..."(Shelly 33).
Frankenstein begins to put his monster together and plans to bring it to life. He still is set upon doing this, and isolates himself in his work.
Frankenstein is horrified when he brings his monster to life. Upon the monster waking up, he says, "How can I describe my emotions at this catastrophe, or how delineate the wretch whom with such Infinite pains and care I had endeavored to form?" (Shelly 35). He locks the monster into his lab and rushes downstairs, spending the night in the courtyard.
Frankenstein cowers in his courtyard, terrified of what he has created. He is dismayed that his dream of creation quickly became something so horrifying.
Frankenstein goes on a walk to attempt to clear his head, and runs into Henry Clerval. Frankenstein is delighted to see his childhood friend, and says "I grasped his hand, and in a moment forgot my horror and misfortune; I felt suddenly ... calm and serene joy."(Shelly 37).
Victor, upon being unable to find the monster, begins to laugh, and Henry Clerval quickly becomes afraid for Frankenstein. Clerval says "'My dear Victor... what, for God's sake, is the matter? ... How ill you are!'"(Shelly 38). Victor falls into an emotional fit and an illness that lasts for months.
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