Towards morning . . . night-mare

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Towards morning . . . night-mare

This appears to be a further application of Coleridge's writings to the general tenor of the novel. His "Pains of Sleep," in which he recounts the psychic repercussions of a nightmare induced by opium, was published in 1816, shortly before Mary Shelley began writing Frankenstein.