Romanticism in Frankenstein
In Chapter 24, Walton gets back the power of control in the story. He writes letters to
his sister telling her that he believes in the story about Victor and his monster. Chapter 24
clearly states that at this point, Victor now sees that the monster is as bad as he thought in the
very beginning. He talks about being in the “sandy plain and hoped for death” (Shelley, 200).
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