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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What country were the cottagers were from?
2. From whom does Victor get a letter after he destroys the new creature?
3. Why did Victor’s attempts to find the creature grew more and more strenuous?
4. What, besides Safie’s arrival, changed for the cottagers in Chapter 15?
5. What did Victor notice the creature would avoid due to the populations near them?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Victor send Elizabeth to their room alone on their wedding night?
2. Why does Victor travel to England in Chapter 18? Who travels with him?
3. What caused the creature to begin to wonder about his own origins?
4. What does Victor see at the beginning of Chapter 20 that frightens him and determines him not to finish creating the creature’s companion?
5. What does the creature find in the clothing he took from Frankenstein that alerts him to the way in which he came to life? How does this make him feel?
6. What does the creature ask Victor to give to him in Chapter 17?
7. Who does Victor learn he has been accused of killing? Who does Victor think is the real murderer?
8. Why does Victor leave his travel companion in Scotland to take a small cottage on a remote island?
9. When the creature came to live in a hovel attached to a cottage, what did he do with his days and nights?
10. What happened the first time the creature came into a village full of people?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is the point of view of this novel? Who is the narrator? How is the novel structured? How does the structure impact your comprehension of the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the creature’s observations of the DeLacey family. Why is the creature so interested in this particular family? What does the creature learn from them? How does this knowledge affect the creature, both positively and negatively?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the reactions of people to the sight of the creature. Why are people frightened of the creature? How do they respond to him? How does the creature feel about the way people react to him? What might the creature do to change the way people treat him?
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