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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why did Victor visit the magistrate in the days after his father’s death?
(a) To turn himself in for murder.
(b) To ask for help in bringing the creature to justice.
(c) To make a report against the murderer of Henry Clerval.
(d) To learn how to make a citizen’s arrest.
2. What drug does Victor confess to taking to help him sleep?
3. What did Victor notice the creature would avoid due to the populations near them?
(c) Large cities.
(d) Gated cities.
4. Why did Victor’s attempts to find the creature grew more and more strenuous?
(a) The creature began to warn people away from helping Victor.
(b) Victor's health began to fail.
(c) The creature continued to kill, causing Victor more guilt and unhappiness.
(d) The weather began to turn bitterly cold, causing Victor to struggle to travel.
5. Why does the creature claim he is “malicious”?
(a) He is tired.
(b) He is ugly.
(c) He is simply miserable.
(d) He is unwanted.
6. What city reminds Victor of Chamounix?
7. Why does Victor’s father think that Victor avoids social situations?
(a) He does not want to spread his illness.
(b) He is ashamed that he was accused of murder.
(c) He is grieving for his good friend.
(d) He does not want to delay their return home.
8. Why do Henry and Victor decide to visit Edinburgh?
(a) To do a favor for a relative.
(b) To extend their vacation.
(c) To visit a friend.
(d) To see the beauty of the countryside.
9. By what name did the creature refer to Safie in Chapter 13?
(a) The Jew.
(b) The Arabian.
(c) The Beauty.
(d) The Horsewoman.
10. What does Victor need to do before he can build a female companion for his creature?
(a) Marry Elizabeth.
(c) Learn female anatomy.
(d) Send his family into seclusion.
11. How long did it take Victor to tell his tale?
(a) A month.
(b) A year.
(c) A week.
(d) A day.
12. Besides money, what does Victor take with him when he leaves Geneva?
(a) Jewels that belonged to his mother.
(b) His brother.
(c) A collection of Elizabeth’s belongings.
(d) His father’s ashes.
13. What stories of “gentle and domestic manners” did the creature find fascinating?
(a) The daily lives of the cottagers.
(b) Paradise Lost.
(c) Plutarch's Lives.
(d) Sorrows of Werter.
14. What did the creature read in Frankenstein’s papers that leaves him hating his creator?
(a) The materials used to make him.
(b) Frankenstein’s opinions of his appearance.
(c) Frankenstein’s lack of concern for his appearance.
(d) Frankenstein’s purpose for creating him.
15. What did knowledge make the creature aware of in Chapter 13?
(a) That he could be arrested for squatting in the hovel.
(b) That he needed a job.
(c) That he was fundamentally different from other humans.
(d) That he needed a wife.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Victor tell his listener he often knew that the creature was still ahead of him and aware of his pursuit?
2. What does the creature promise he will do when Victor gives him a companion?
3. What did the creature do after his disastrous attempt to befriend the cottagers?
4. Where did the creature find a stack of books and clothing?
5. What, besides Safie’s arrival, changed for the cottagers in Chapter 15?
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