frankenstein - plot summary

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where was Roberts Walton trapped?
The artic waters where his ship is trapped by ice
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where was victors childhood located?
Geneva in switzerland, with a close knit family with two brothers and a foster sister
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who killed william frankenstein?
the monster however justin moritz was wrongly excuted
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where does victor meet up with the monster where he tells him how he survived?
in the swiss alps on a glacier
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who does victor tell his story to after a mental breakdown?
Victor first tells his story to a local magistrate but he will take no action and probably thinks that Victor is mad.
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where does victor go when the monster requests a female companion?
Although Victor and Henry travel to Britain together the two separate and Victor goes to the remote Orkney Islands off the coast of Scotland to carry out his promise to the Monster.
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the monster gets his final revenge on victor by doing what?
The Monster threatens to return to Victor on his wedding night. Victor mistakenly believes that the Monster means to kill him at this point. Too late, he realises that it is his new bride, Elizabeth, who is the Monster's intended victim.
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at the end what does the monster intend to do?
The Monster bitterly regrets what has happened and tells Walton that he intends to kill himself by setting himself alight. Although he asks Victor to create a companion for him, the Monster does not have the skill or knowledge to do this for himself.
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