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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why do Henry and Victor decide to visit Edinburgh?
(a) To do a favor for a relative.
(b) To see the beauty of the countryside.
(c) To extend their vacation.
(d) To visit a friend.
2. What does Victor tell Walton when he discusses his feelings about his impending death?
(a) He regrets not having children.
(b) wants to fight it until he can reach a doctor.
(c) He does not feel that death is inevitable.
(d) He is ready to die so that he might be with his loved ones again.
3. What did the creature read in Frankenstein’s papers that leaves him hating his creator?
(a) Frankenstein’s lack of concern for his appearance.
(b) Frankenstein’s purpose for creating him.
(c) Frankenstein’s opinions of his appearance.
(d) The materials used to make him.
4. What did the young girl do for her father every day that puzzled the creature?
(a) Cut up his food.
(b) Read aloud to him.
(c) Guide him down a garden path.
(d) Help him dress.
5. Where do Victor and Elizabeth plan to spend their honeymoon?
(b) Villa Lavenza.
(c) Chamounix Valley.
(d) New York.
Short Answer Questions
1. What stories of “gentle and domestic manners” did the creature find fascinating?
2. Why does Victor decide to leave Geneva forever?
3. For how long is Victor ill after learning of Henry’s death?
4. Why does Victor’s father think that Victor avoids social situations?
5. Why did Victor visit the magistrate in the days after his father’s death?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the creature attempt to kidnap William in Chapter 16?
2. Why did Safie come in search of Felix, as described in Chapter 14?
3. Why does Elizabeth console Victor as they travel to the inn at Evian on their wedding night?
4. What happened the first time the creature came into a village full of people?
5. What happened to Safie’s traveling companion when they were just a short distance from the cottagers?
6. Why does Victor’s father encourage him to set a date for his wedding to Elizabeth?
7. Who does Victor learn he has been accused of killing? Who does Victor think is the real murderer?
8. Why does Victor send Elizabeth to their room alone on their wedding night?
9. Who or what does the creature say he initially blamed for his unhappiness? What does the creature finally realize is the true cause of his unhappiness?
10. Who does Victor try to enlist to help him find and exact his revenge on the creature?
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