how does the creature respond to fire?

chapter 11 and 12 in Frankenstein book

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The creature had no aversion to fire until he touches it. The monster's first experience with a still-smoldering flame reveals the dual nature of fire: he discovers excitedly that it creates light in the darkness of the night, but also that it harms him when he touches it.