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Seasons Matter: Frankenstein
Transcript of Seasons Matter: Frankenstein
-"I am surrounded by mountains of ice which admit of no escape and threaten every moment to crush my vessel" Pg.240
-"Frankenstein has daily declined in health" Pg.241
-"in the last moments of my existence I feel that burning hatred and ardent desire of revenge" Pg.245
-"Blasted as thou wert, my agony was still superior to thine, for the bitter sting of remorse will not cease to rankle in my wounds until death shall close them forever." Pg.251
Ch.24/Walton's Letters Chapter 23 -"what I know held in my arms had ceased to be the Elizabeth whom I had loved and cherished."Pg.222
-"A fiend had snatched from me every hope of future happiness; no creature had ever been so miserable as I was; so frightful an event is single in the history of man." Pg.223
-"Know that, one by one, my friends were snatched away; I was left desolate. My own strength is exhausted" Pg.223
-"My dearest Victor, what infatuation is this?" Pg.211
-"I would die to make her happy" Pg.214
-"her gentle voice would sooth me when transported by passion and inspire me with human feelings when sunk in torpor" Pg.215
-"the happiness I hoped for in my marriage wore a greater appearance of certainty as the day fixed for its solemnization drew nearer and I heard it continually spoken of as an occurrence which no accident could possibly prevent." Pg.217 Chapter 22 -"I repassed, in my memory, my whole life- death of my mother, and my departure for Ingolstadt. I remembered, shuddering, the mad enthusiasm that hurried me on to the creation of my hideous enemy, and I called to mind the night in which he first lived." Pg.209
-"I felt a wish for happiness...to see once more the blue lake and rapid Rhone, that had been so dear to me in early childhood" Pg.208 Chapter 21 Thank You.