Why did Victor decide to destroy his promise? (The Mosnter (The wretch saw…
Why did Victor decide to destroy his promise?
The wretch saw Victor destroy the creature on whose future existence he depended for happiness.
After that the monster howl of devilish despair and revenge.
When the monster approched Victor and sound ¨do you dare to break your promise?¨ ¨I have endured incalculable fatigue, and cold, and hunger; do you dare destroy my hopes?"
Inmediately Victor answered ¨Begone! I do break my promise; never will I create another like yourself.
As aresult the mosnter said; ¨Remember that I have power, so remember, I shall be with you on your wedding-night¨
Those words rang in Victor´s ear while his imagination conjured up a thousand images to torment and sting him. He shouddered to think who might be next victim?
One evening in the laboratory Victor hasn´t had sufficient light to continue working. He sat and a reflection occurred in which he considered the effects of what he was doing.
Also he was about to form another being of whose dispositions he was alike ignorant.
She might become ten thousand times more malignant than her mate. They might even hate each other.
While Victor was thinking, he saw the daemon by the light of the moon. The monster came to mark his progress and claim the fulfillment of his promise.
Subsequently Victor tore to pieces the thing on which he was engaged.
Victor was lost in the ocean.
Victor thought in Elizabeth and resolved not to fall before his enemy without a bitter struggle.
After that he saw a fishing-bout landed close to him, the men brought him a packet it contained letters from Genova and one from Clerval entreating him to join him at Perth.
As a result. Victor packed up his chemical instruments and he accordingly put the rest of the female creation into a basket and some stones to them throw them into the sea.
After Victor throw the basket, he fell sleep soundy, so he was lost in the acean without a compass to guide him in the geography, lucklily he found a town where its inhabitants weren´t happy to see him.