madness

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madness

The "astonishment" of two paragraphs earlier has transmogrified into a much deeper suspicion on Walton's part. The reader should take the doubt that is planted here seriously, since questions concerning Victor Frankenstein's sanity will intensify as the novel continues, becoming pronounced late in his narrative—which is to say, in the novel's chronology, only weeks before his rescue.