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When Victor reports the creature's actions to the magistrate, he knows that the magistrate does "not credit" his story. His eyes "sparkle with rage" as he accuses the magistrate, "how ignorant art thou in thy pride of wisdom! Cease; you know ​not what it is you say."

What effect does this quote have on the story?

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The irony of the statement reflects Victor's own condition.


It emphasizes Victor's deep grief at the loss of his loved ones.


It illustrates Victor's constant need for praise and acceptance.


It mirrors the accusations that the creature made to Victor.


Victor resolves to devote his life to killing the creature.

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