First class on Frankenstein, but mainly via Byron (creating another being whom we endow with our own feelings' dearth) and The Witch of Atlas (Percy's creation of a visionary artificial person). The preface to Frankenstein: writing about experiences that as of yet found no true echo in your heart. (This is like Wordsworth in "Resolution and Independence" - the gladness of youth makes it possible to write well and deeply of despondency, because you're not destroyed by your own experience of it. But I don't quote Wordsworth in the class.) What it means that the moster has yellow eyes.