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Throughout the novel, Shelley describes Victor and the creature with a series of similar yet contrasting images.
What is the significance of this pattern of imagery?
It serves to highlight the fact that Victor is a Romantic hero.
It serves to explain why Victor rejects the creature and the responsibility he has as his creator.
It serves to reinforce the idea that Victor recognizes aspects of his own nature in the creature.
It serves to increase the horror of Justine and William's death.
It serves to symbolize the creature's lack of humanity.