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Victor is disgusted with the way the monster is, because he expected the monster to be beautiful. He is also scared of the monster since he is treated like a slave in throughout the book.

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The creature has a great coat that he takes from Dr. Frankensteins laboratory. This is one instance in the story where I find the action unjustified for the mental maturity of the creature.

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He got really scared of it and then Victor ran away from it.

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One of the themes of the book is 'Nature over Nurture' and it is illustrated rather bluntly that the monster became evil because of Dr. Frankenstein's neglect towards him. So the Dr. should have been responsible for raising the creature he created.

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In the woods near the town where Victor's family resided.

If you are sure about sincerity of your feelings and his feelings towards you go ahead with it.

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Personally, I am awed and humbled by it.

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