How Victor Frankenstein Changes

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1. Victor Frankenstein changes and grows throughout the adapted play by Philip Pullman, of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, because of the conflict that he faces. In the beginning of the story Frankenstein victor is excitable, confident and hopeful. We can see this when he describes his experiment with enthusiasm to Clerval stating “I am so close”. We know that this is in reference to the monster he is creating. After he is successful in bringing the monster to life we see a change in victor. He is no longer hopeful; he is disgusted and later shows regret when he states “what have I done?” (p27). He restates this at the end of the play when the monster is still pursuing and threatening him “what have I done? What have I done?” (p54) he sobs. This
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