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CHAPTER XX I SAT one evening in my laboratory; the sun had set, and the moon
was just rising from the sea; I had not sufficient light for my employment, and I
remained idle, in a pause of consideration of whether I should leave my labour
How I have lived I hardly know; many times have I stretched my failing limbs upon
the sandy plain and prayed for death. But revenge kept me alive; I dared not die
and leave my adversary in being. When I quitted Geneva my first labour was to ...
I leave you, and in you the last of human kind whom these eyes will ever behold.
Farewell, Frankenstein! If thou wert yet alive, and yet cherished a desire of
revenge against me, it would be better satiated in my life than in my destruction.
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An important book. Mary Shelley is methodical, but also swept up in the Sturm-und-Drang emotionality of the period. Her characters have motivations, psychological depth, passions. Read full review