describe victor's feelings as he journeys through england.

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As he recalls their journey, Frankenstein is 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." Victor mourns over the memory of Clerval, whom he still considers a man of peerless worth and beauty of soul.


in the book frankenstein in chapter 19 describe victor's feelings as he journeys through england

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How quainte Bob F. Anyway, Victor's second journey through England, He feels a sense of melancholy as he recounts his first visit with Clerval. He finds himself admiring the country side as Clerval did.

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