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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what city do Victor and his father stop on their journey from Ireland to Geneva?
2. From what source did Victor often gain strength during his long search for the creature?
(a) Dreams of his dead loved ones.
(b) Letters from friends.
(c) The kindness of strangers.
(d) Old family letters.
3. Of what does the letter Victor receives in Chapter 22 remind him?
(a) Henry's murder.
(b) Elizabeth’s promise to marry him.
(c) The creature’s threat to be with him on his wedding night.
(d) The creature.
4. Who was Felix?
(a) The young girl’s fiancé.
(b) The father of the cottagers.
(c) The young male cottager.
(d) The cottager's dog.
5. About how old was Henry at the time of his death?
6. Who was Safie?
(a) The cottager’s daughter.
(b) The cottager's wife.
(c) Agatha's childhood friend.
(d) Felix’s fiancée.
7. What chore did the creature do for the cottagers in the hopes of winning them over?
(a) Cutting the wood.
(b) Collecting the water.
(c) Milking the cows.
(d) Harvesting the corn.
8. How did the creature imagine the woman in the portrait would feel if she ever set eyes on him?
(a) She would be kinder than the others.
(b) She would fall instantly in love with him.
(c) She would be frightened, but would give him a chance to show his gentle side.
(d) She would turn in disgust.
9. Why does Victor decide to leave Geneva forever?
(a) To escape memories of Elizabeth.
(b) To forget the horror that has taken place there.
(c) All answers are correct.
(d) To seek revenge against his creature.
10. What stories of “gentle and domestic manners” did the creature find fascinating?
(a) Sorrows of Werter.
(b) Plutarch's Lives.
(c) Paradise Lost.
(d) The daily lives of the cottagers.
11. What does Victor’s father claim is Victor’s real reason for putting off his marriage to Elizabeth?
(a) He is in love with someone else.
(b) He thinks of Elizabeth as a sibling.
(c) He would prefer to devote his life to the church.
(d) He does not find Elizabeth exciting.
12. Why did Victor’s attempts to find the creature grew more and more strenuous?
(a) Victor's health began to fail.
(b) The weather began to turn bitterly cold, causing Victor to struggle to travel.
(c) The creature began to warn people away from helping Victor.
(d) The creature continued to kill, causing Victor more guilt and unhappiness.
13. Where does Victor meet up with Henry Clerval in Chapter 18?
14. What does the creature promise he will do when Victor gives him a companion?
(a) He will not bother him again.
(b) He will give him a large sum of money.
(c) He will kill himself after a certain amount of time
(d) He will exile himself, never to be around humans again.
15. Where did the creature come across Justine Moritz?
(a) Sleeping near a river.
(b) On the road to Geneva.
(c) Asleep in a barn.
(d) In the Frankenstein home.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the creature claim he is “malicious”?
2. What does the creature tell Victor he will do to make sure he keeps his promise?
3. What instrument did the old male cottager, Mr. DeLacey, play?
4. Why did the creature put the locket in Justine Moritz’s pocket?
5. Why did Victor rush home as soon as possible after the death of Elizabeth?
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