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At first Walton calls Frankenstein a “divine wanderer,” shocked, however, that “his limbs were nearly frozen and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering.” When Frankenstein recovers enough to speak, Walton is impressed by his “gentle and conciliating manners” and that had this man not seemed so broken, he “should have been happy to have possessed [Frankenstein] as the brother of [his] heart.