Monster Quest Narrator

Summary: Chapter 24

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His whole family destroyed, Victor decides to leave Genevaand the painful memories it holds behind him forever. He tracksthe monster for months, guided by slight clues, messages, and hintsthat the monster leaves for him. Angered by these taunts, Victorcontinues his pursuit into the ice and snow of the North. Therehe meets Walton and tells his story. He entreats Walton to continuehis search for vengeance after he is dead.

Summary: Walton, in Continuation

I, the miserable and the abandoned, aman abortion, to be spurned at, and kicked, and trampled on.

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Walton then regains control of the narrative, continuingthe story in the form of further letters to his sister. He tellsher that he believes in the truth of Victor’s story. He lamentsthat he did not know Victor, who remains on the brink of death,in better days.

One morning, Walton’s crewmen enter his cabin and beghim to promise that they will return to England if they break outof the ice in which they have been trapped ever since the nightthey first saw the monster’s sledge. Victor speaks up, however,and convinces the men that the glory and honor of their quest shouldbe enough motivation for them to continue toward their goal. Theyare momentarily moved, but two days later they again entreat Walton,who consents to the plan of return.

Monster Quest Narrator

Just before the ship is set to head back to England, Victordies. Dungeon crawl stone soup mummy. Several days later, Walton hears a strange sound coming fromthe room in which Victor’s body lies. Investigating the noise, Waltonis startled to find the monster, as hideous as Victor had described, weepingover his dead creator’s body. The monster begins to tell him ofall his sufferings. He says that he deeply regrets having becomean instrument of evil and that, with his creator dead, he is readyto die. He leaves the ship and departs into the darkness.

Analysis: Chapter 24 & Walton, in Continuation

By this point in the novel, Victor has assumed the veryinhumanity of which he accuses the monster. Just as the monsterearlier haunts Victor, seeking revenge on him for having destroyedany possibility of a mate for him, Victor now experiences an obsessiveneed to exact revenge on the monster for murdering his loved ones.Like the monster, he finds himself utterly alone in the world, withnothing but hatred of his nemesis to sustain him.

Echoes of the monster’s earlier statements now appearin Victor’s speech, illustrating the extent to which Victor hasbecome dehumanized. “I was cursed by some devil,” he cries, “andcarried about with me my eternal hell.” This is the second allusionto the passage in Paradise Lost in which Satan, cast out from Heaven,says that he himself is Hell. The first allusion, made by the monsterafter being repulsed by the cottagers, is nearly identical: “I,like the arch fiend, bore a hell within me.” Driven by their hatred,the two monsters—Victor and his creation—move farther and fartheraway from human society and sanity.