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What does Frankenstein do after his creation comes to life? A. He is joyous and embraces the creature. B. He offers the creature food and observes its behavior with wonder. C. He becomes afraid and locks it up in chains. D. He views it with horror and runs to hide from it.

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    After his creation comes to life, he refuses to accept his obligation as the creator to his creation. He does not care for it, shelter it, provide it with food or love, nor teaches the creation. Eventually all the monster wants from the doctor is a companion like himself. Frankenstein even refuses to accept the responsibility of providing a source of companionship for the creation since he does not allow for any connection between himself and the monster. Victor basically flees, hoping to forget what he has created.He attempts to live a normal life however his abandonment leaves the monster confused, angry, and afraid.

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    so D

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    thank you

  4. anonymous
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    yah d

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