Despite portraying the women as powerless beings, the author does challenge this notion. However, the Monster strangles Henry to death, and Victor is accused of it.
He thought that he could keep everyone safe if he were to not tell them about the monster, however, everyone died because he wanted to keep everyone from the truth The monster is intelligent and has emotions, the mad scientist or Victor was scared of his own creation due to his appearance Victor Frankenstein has created a monster that throughout the novel harms him because of his lack of responsibility and selfishness.
Reading thoroughly through the situational irony in the passages from both Victor Frankenstein and the Creature, Victor represents the allusion of the Fallen Angel.
Morally speaking, the ancient myths of Prometheus greatly discourage rebellion.
After the Monster fled to the woods, he had to live there alone because people were afraid of him. By this Victor is saying how his memorable day was the day he finally finished creating the monster and he realized from that point on that he will be judged from that point on because of his creation.
There was not a moment of regret for the right reasons.