whAT dOeS vIcToRs FaThEr ThInK iS tHe CaUsE oF vIcToRs PrEsEnT aNxIeTy.


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The elder Frankenstein, who has observed these changes with pleasure, takes Victor aside and asks him about his recent desire for solitude. He wonders if Victor has perhaps decided that he does not wish to marry Elizabeth, but has not told his father out of fear of disappointing him.