The Tone Of Anxiousness In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
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In the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, the tone of anxiousness appears by Victor, who is in fear of the creature he had made. Anxiousness means full of distress or uneasiness of mind caused by fear or danger or misfortune. The quote,“I trembled, and my heart failed within me; when, on looking up, I saw, by the light of the moon, the daemon at the casement[,]” explains the feeling of anxiousness of the setting. Victor trembled as he saw the creature, and explains the creature as the “daemon.” He feels fear as he sees the creature and describes the feeling as his heart failed. Victor senses the distress of mind, anxiousness caused by fear of the creature. Also, he flashes back his memories and destroys the work of producing female creature.