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Chapter V. Frankenstein. Chapter V (p. 34-35). After working for months, Frankenstein’s creature was brought to life He was proud of his accomplishments until he realized the hideousness of the creature. Chapter V (p.35).

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chapter v p 34 35
Chapter V (p. 34-35)
  • After working for months, Frankenstein’s creature was brought to life
  • He was proud of his accomplishments until he realized the hideousness of the creature.
chapter v p 35
Chapter V (p.35)
  • He had handpicked the parts of the creature each beautiful independently, but when put together, the results were disastrous.
    • "For this I had deprived myself of rest and health. I had desired it with an ardour that far exceeded moderation; but now that I had finished, the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart." Chapter 5
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Chapter V (p.35-36)
  • Frankenstein fled his laboratory and collapsed in his room.
  • He woke from a nightmare to see the Creature standing over him, smiling with his hideous, black lips.
  • Frankenstein ran away out into the city and walked until dawn.
chapter v p 37 38
Chapter V (p. 37-38)
  • He ran into Henry Clerval in the city.
  • Due to his excitement of seeing Henry, Frankenstein forgot about the creature, until they returned to his apartment.
chapter v p 38
Chapter V (p. 38)
  • The creature was gone, and Frankenstein was relieved.
  • As he and Henry talked, Frankenstein's fatigue and poor health prompted hallucinations of the creature.
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Chapter V (p. 38-39)
  • Frankenstein collapsed into a fever that left him bedridden for several months, during which Henry cared for him.
  • During his extreme sickness, Frankenstein talked about the creature, but Henry chalked it up to the fever.
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Chapter V (p. 38-39)
  • Henry never asked Frankenstein what happened.
  • he covered up how sick Frankenstein was when he wrote to the Frankenstein family.
  • When Frankenstein began to recover, Henry gave him a letter from Elizabeth.