my creator, detest and spurn me, thy creature
The Creature's logic is direct and unambiguous, starting from a premise of
obligation that Victor had totally expunged from his mind. Continuing the
process by which he picks up on Victor's language and wholly
recontextualizes it, now he asserts his right to be considered in the
place of Adam, not, as Victor had tried to cast him in the previous
paragraph, as Satan.