Chapters 14 and 15 and 16:
Phil: What else did you hear from the DeLaceys
Monster: Something about an Arab girl named Safie who escaped from her double-crossing father and wanted to marry Felix De Lacey. I felt so close to them.
Phil: Then what happened?
Monster: I decided to disclose my identity. When Felix and the others saw me, they screamed and beat me with sticks, which I, ironically, had gathered for them. I went into the woods and howled. When I returned the next day, the DeLaceys had gone, never to return.
Phil: You must have been very upset. What did you do?
Monster: I burned the house down, declared an everlasting war on Victor Frankenstein, traveled to Geneva, and had a...errr...confrontation with Victor's brother.
Phil: Don't you mean you brutally murdered his 5-year-old brother?
Monster: It sounds so harsh when you say it like that.
Phil: What do you have to say Victor?
Victor: He's ugly and he kills kids.
Phil: So what is it you want, monster?
Monster: I want Victor to make me a mate. If he does I'll leave him and his family alone.