CONSEQUENCES: CHAPTERS 6-10 . Frankenstein Lecture 4. Overview. Clerval delivers a letter from Elizabeth, expressing concern for Victor’s illness and anxiety for his long absence .
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Clerval delivers a letter from Elizabeth, expressing concern for Victor’s illness and anxiety for his long absence.
She reports that Justine Moritz, cousin and family friend to the Frankensteins, has come back to live in their home.
Upon Victor’s recovery, he and Henry turn their studies to the Oriental languages and decide to tour the Inglolstadt countryside.
Henry’s romantic appreciation of their surroundings has a restorative effect on Victor’s health and psyche. His reprieve is shattered, however, when a letter from Alphonse Frankenstein reports the strangulation death of Victor’s five year old brother, William.