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Parasha: Frankenstein March 11th reading


Sheesh Victor, can you be ANY more melodramatic in all your prose?

And so... exit Justine. Alas poor Justine, I didn't know her well at all, since she was only introduced to die a couple short chapters later. So much for a "member of the family"!

At least the court system is quick? Although it otherwise leaves much to be desired!

And Victor... I suspect that despite your hair-pulling and hand-wringing and protestations that you're suffering more than the accused because you're actually guilty... I suspect that she's worse off in the case. So STFU, thank you.

Seriously, the boy's annoying the hell out of me!

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stormfeather
Mar. 11th, 2010 08:21 pm (UTC)
Oh also:

You'd think that if he wants so badly to see Justine cleared, he could try a bit more! Like either confess to his doings, little as they are to be believed, or to tell a portion of the truth that's more palatable: like say he has someone from his own life that has cause to hate him, and he saw this person on his arrival, and is suspicious about it. (Which is probably the route I'd go.) Or at the VERY least, stand up after Elizabeth in court to add your protestations of her innocence and character witness to hers! Sheesh!
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stormfeather
Mar. 11th, 2010 09:43 pm (UTC)
Apparently!
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stormfeather
Mar. 12th, 2010 12:48 am (UTC)
So with you on the face-punching! I just wonder if Robert back in the "current day" still thinks Victor is the bee's knees, or is restraining his own fist!
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