Again, what is Henry able to enjoy that Victor cannot? How does this help classify the novel as Romantic?

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As he recalls their journey, Frankenstein was struck by the great difference between Clerval and himself. Clerval was entirely alive to the natural landscape, which he loved with unparalleled ardor; Victor, by contrast, was wracked with melancholy, and felt himself to be a "miserable wretch."