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As Victor struggles to come to terms with the deaths of Justine and William, he ascends the summit of Montanvert.

While there he sees the creature "advancing toward [him] with superhuman speed." In addition, the creature's "stature . . . seem[s] to exceed that of man."

What is the significance of the fact that immediately after this observation, a "faintness" seizes Victor?

Choose ALL that apply.


It symbolizes Victor's weakeness in the face of forces dark and repellent.


It hinders Victor's pursuit of the creature.


It symbolizes Victor's weakness as the face of the dark side emerges.


It highlights Victor's guilt and culpability for the death of William and Justine.


It reinforces Victor's physical infirmity.

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