When Victors visits the site of Williams death in chapter 7, he says "I had turned loose into the world a depraved wretch, whose delight was in camage and miser". After reading the creature's version of events,do you agree?

Frankenstein 16-18

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Victor isn't a very sympathetic character. He is a tragic hero; we see his folly long before his final undoing. The Creature was left alone to fend for himself. Any "depravity" came from the rejection of his creator and then of humanity. This would drive anybody to rage and revenge so no, I don't blame the creature.