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Finally, the creature approaches the 'old man' and is met with generosity. He responds by saying: "I thank you and accept your generous offer. You raise me from the dust by this kindness; and I trust that by your aid, I shall not be driven from the society and sympathy of your fellow creatures."

From the diction and content of the passage, we can see


That the creature is poorly educated


That the creature is delighted and relieved by the old man's kindness


That the creature is trying to impress the old man by reciting Felix's lessons


Shelley's excellent use of imagery


The connection between the creature and nature

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