The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein Setting

Kiersten White
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Ingolstadt

Ingolstadt is the first city Elizabeth and Justine visit while searching Victor. It has a prestigious university that Victor attended as well as a boarding house for women with strict rules and an unkind owner. However, due to Victor’s murders (which is not known until much later in the novel), the city has a bad reputation. Furthermore, it is revealed when Elizabeth visits the graveyard and the charnel house that many students steal bodies for their research. This is where Elizabeth finds Victor’s original research and body parts and decides to burn his house down, thinking that she is protecting him.

Frankenstein Estate

The Frankenstein Estate is where Elizabeth lives after she is sold to them as Victor’s special friend at five years old. It is across a body of water from Geneva where Elizabeth found Justine and saved her from her abusive mother. This...

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