By: Jamie-Lee Valcourt
This illustration shows the emotions of a heartbroken creature.
In chapter XX, the creature sees all hope to be loved disappear when Victor breaks his promise to create him a wife. For the first time, the creature puts his deepest emotions on the table and cries to Victor: “Shall each man find a wife for his bosom, and each beast have his mate, and I be alone?” (Shelley 122). In this passage, the creature criticizes his creator for making him ugly and therefore lonely. He only wanted to be loved…