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As Victor returns home from his ordeal with his father, he receives a letter from Elizabeth.
What is Elizabeth's primary purpose in writing to Victor?
She wants to release him from his vow if he is in love with another woman.
She wants to caution him to be careful with his father who is ill and frail.
She wants to warn him that she and the children are in danger.
She wants to chastise him for the part he played in Clerval's death.
She regrets their connection and wants to tell him of her love for another.