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"I'm your Frankenstein." & "Clarence is come, false fleeting, perjured Clarence."

Posted by Yer on October 27, 2000

I believe this statement : "I'm your Frankstein" means "I am that of your creation", but I am unsure, therefore, I was wondering if someone could help me out please. As for the other statement, I don't have a clue. They both are quotes found from O'Neil's play: Long Day's Journey Into Night. I need it for Monday, October 30. Thank you for you help.