an unwillingness to leave Clerval

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an unwillingness to leave Clerval

At this point Clerval has been in Ingolstadt for a full year. Some months earlier, as the previous paragraph indicates, he had been introduced by Victor to the "several professors of the university." Here, as elsewhere (I:3:10), Mary Shelley quietly underscores the ease with which Victor shirks his family duties.