In Frankenstein, “what are the two ways in which the narrator changes over the course of the story? He is moved by the fiend’s words and develops compassion for him. His feelings of hatred and horror are deepened for the fiend he created. He regrets accepting the fiend’s demand and feels guilty about his actions. He relents to the fiend’s demand and consents to create a female counterpart. He disagrees with the fiend and refuses to accept his demand for a female companion.

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