in what way does elizabeth restore romantic victor?

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At Geneva, he finds Elizabeth much changed by all that is happened. She has lost the vivacity of her youth, but Victor regards her, in her new compassion and gentleness, as an even more fitting companion "for one so blasted and miserable" as he. He often feels that he will succumb to madness; at these times, only Elizabeth can soothe him.