What does Victor suggest is a creator's obligation to his creation?

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The monster tells Victor that it is his right to have a female monster companion. Victor refuses at first, but the monster appeals to Victor’s sense of responsibility as his creator.


The creature argues that as a living thing, it has a right to happiness and that Victor, as its creator, has a duty to obey it. He wants a wife damn it!

XD You're hilarious Aslan.