what does victor say about his childhood in ch 19


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To Victor, Clerval is the image of his younger self: he is full of excitement and curiosity, and is at present making plans to travel to India. Thus it is clear that Victor feels nostalgic for his youthful innocence--the time in his life when he was simply eager to learn about the world.