as victor climbs the mountains, what effect do they have on him?

chapters 9-10

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He likes the solitude. He feels safe there. It enables him to isolate himself from his troubles.

As Victor climbs the mountains, he is enchanted by their " magnificent and astonishing character". He's lost in natures beauty and a " tingling long-lost sense of pleasure" overcomes him. He is reminded of his boyhood too.


"Frankenstein" text . Ch. 9