HOW DID VICTOR START TO CREATE THE GROTESQUE TASK? (VICTOR (Victor wanted…
HOW DID VICTOR START TO CREATE THE GROTESQUE TASK?
Victor wanted to meet with the most distinguished natural philosophers to get the information he needed to his new task
Also he began to colect the materials necessary for his new creation and it was a torture to him.
As always, Victor was worried he thought that the fiend followed him and that he was to cause damage to everyone whom he loved.
Through their trip Victor and Henry appreciated incredible landscapes, but Victor wasn´t able to feel any happiness, because he had the feeling that it won´t be a good idea.
When, they arrived in London they decided to stay there several months.
However, Victor was principally accupied with the mean of obtaining the information necessary for the completion of his promise.
They received a letter from a person in Scotland who had been their visitor in Geneva.
The passed more than 4 month in England but they quitted London because Victor wanted to finish his labour in some obscure nook in northern higlands of Scotland.
THE DISOLATE ISLAND
Victor decided to visit some remote spot of Scotland to finish his work in solitud to avoid the monster could cause damage to his dear companion.
As aresult, he found a Island in Orkeys where just existed there miserable huts and in one of those he started his new creation.
So, he usually worked in the morning and in the evening he walked on the stony beach to listen the waves.
Unfortunately, his labour became every day more horrible and irksome to him. That he grew restless and nervious, every moment he feared to meet his persecutor.
Clerval enjoyed a lot their trip, he was inquisitive and anxious to gain experience and instruction.
In adition, his desing was to visit India, in the belief that he had in his knowledge of its various laguages and its society.
During their journey they passed through many new landscapes and they visited the tomb of the ilustrious Hampden, they passed through oxford, Matlock, Cumberland and Westmorland, the Swiss mountains, etc.
When they arrived to Perth where their friend expected them. Victor was in no mood to lough and talk with strangers, so he told to Clerval that he wished to make the tour of Scotland alone. Henry accepted, he will wait for Victor a pair of month