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The author uses past tense to describe the character of Clerval, thus foreshadowing his death: "A being formed in the 'very poetry of nature.' His wild and enthusiastic imagination was chastened by the sensibility of his heart. His soul overflowed with ardent affections and his friendship was of that devoted and wondrous nature that the world-minded teach us to look for only in the imagination." (Shelley 135).