Frankenstein Chapter 5

Frankenstein Chapter 5

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  • I have created a monster!
  • Victor "had worked hard for nearly two years, for the sole purpose of infusing life into an inanimate body... now that [Victor] had finished, the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled [his] heart." (43)
  • 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.
  • It gives me the greatest delight to see you.
  • Victor runs off to his room and attempts to sleep. However, his nightmares of death and tombs wake him up.
  • My dear Victor, what, for God's sake is the matter? How ill you are!
  • Do not ask me, he can tell. Oh, save me! Save me!
  • Upon waking, the monster is standing over Victor and frightens him. Victor seeks refuge outside, in the courtyard.
  • Your father and cousin would be very happy if they received a letter from you.
  • From Elizabeth
  • (45-46)  
  • (47)  
  • (48-49)  
  • How shall I ever repay you? I feel the greatest remorse for the disappointment of which I have been the occasion, but you will forgive me.
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