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In Chapter 19, Victor, who is traveling with Clerval, is plagued by thoughts of his promise to the daemon. He parts with his friend in order to complete his "work" and create a female companion for the daemon.

How does Shelley demonstrate Victor's attitude toward the creation of a companion for his monster?

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Through Victor's description of the remote and barren location.


Through Victor's objectifying references to his work.


Through Victor's sense of fear and foreboding.


Through Victor's great attention to the task at hand.


Through Victor's "enthusiastic frenzy" to complete his work.

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