At sea, the ice floes run higher as the tale of the murderous monster is told. The flashbacks keep up to tell of further tragedy as the city officials demand that Victor Frankenstein do his civic duties in bringing his monster to a halt.
By extension of his monster’s handiwork, even his wife blames Victor as a murderer. What will it take for Victor to be moved into action?
The monster is back for a confrontation with Victor. He blames the doctor for his hideous form, and the way he has been shunned by society, forcing him into his life of murder and crime. Is there anything that Victor can do to elevate the monster out of his pain, and be accepted by society? Whether there is, or there isn’t the monster holds him responsible, along with most of society.