Although the Creature here alludes to Adam's instruction by Raphael, which
occupies the central third of Milton's epic, the imprecation on his
creator that follows in the next paragraph bears comparison with the
fallen Adam's indictment of God and lament that he was ever born (X.720ff.). Like Adam, although
physically he does not bear the imprint of his Creator, the Creature is
indissolubly bound to Victor Frankenstein, as is indicated by his frequent
unconscious doublings in language or gesture.