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The change in verb form to a command is rhetorically powerful, but it also signals a shift in, broadly speaking, the political dynamics of the novel. Victor's power, a symbolic extension of that of his father and family, is no longer absolute, but can be successfully challenged by the figure who stands in the position of his son and who can command superior strength and tenacity.