How does the creature in Frankenstein explain what he has done?

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The "creature's" explanation is really a lament about humanity. He does not understand the hatred and fear directed towards him. His killing comes out of his own anger and fear, his own sadness and loss. He feels his own creation is a blasphemy perpetrated by a creator who would forsake him as soon as he was "born".