victor makes seeral referances to his destiny in this chapter. what does he believe his destiny to be

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Victor longs for death, and finds his ability to survive such an epidemic of tragedies bitterly ironic. He concludes that he was, after all, "doomed to live." Check out this in greater detail in the GradeSaver source-link below.



Every murder takes a piece of Frankenstein; he's dying inside. He is tortured by hysterical fits and fevers, and each of his attempts to withdraw into death or madness is thwarted, however: Victor is "doomed" to stay alive until his destiny has been completed.