Manfred Quotes In Frankenstein

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Manfred tells us how he perceives his fate and expresses feelings similar to those of Victor. Manfred feels doomed in his cruse and after several attempts to escape it sees no other option than death itself. Victor perceives the same for himself in the later half of Frankenstein.
The two mirror each other greatly in their satisfaction of having their lives taken by an outside force. “I should be thine prey and gorge thine eaglets” (Manfred, Act 1, Line 32-33).
Victor expresses this in his anticipation for his wedding night, holding confidence that the monster would kill him then. “On that night he had determined to consummate his crimes by my death” (Frankenstein, Vol 3, Page 192). They both bare something they cannot shake, and that looms
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