Discuss the character of Delacy

What would Thomas C. Foster say is his reason for blindness?  Thomas C. Foster How To Read Literature Like A Professor

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De Lacey is the head of the household observed by the creature, de Lacey has been robbed of his fortunes as a result of his own kindness. His blindness makes him capable of recognizing the creature's sincerity and goodness despite his hideous appearance. Sorry, I do not have Foster's book to look it up.