Return to Victor Frankenstein’s descriptions of the weather conditions at Ingolstadt at the end of Chapter 6. What is the weather like at this point? How do these descriptions fit with the weather motif that Mary Shelley has established in this novel?

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The weather is sunny. Shelley states, “We returned to our college on a Sunday afternoon: the peasants were dancing, and every one we met appeared gay and happy. My own spirits were high, and I bounded along with feelings of unbridled joy and hilarity.” 

-Frankenstein, End of Chapter 6


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