[Answer] Why does Victor claim he is suffering worse than the accused?

Answer: He states that he is worse off because he is plagued by guilt and remorse because he created the monster. (Boo hoo.)
Why does Victor claim he is suffering worse than the accused?

Mon Jan 06 2003 13:30:00 GMT-0500 (Eastern Standard Time) ยท Some biographers have assumed he was suffering from “a mild form of venereal disease” perhaps gonor rhea which he may have suffered from on an earlier occasion but the exact nature of his illness is unknown.

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