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Who is Henry Clerval and what happens to him.
Victor's best friend who helps him in his time of need. He is killed by the monster towards the end of the novel
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What quote does Frankenstein's mother use to describe Elizabeth when she first arrives at their household?
'pretty present'. objectifies her and causes F to believe that she is a possession of his.
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what is Frankenstein's father's name?
Alphonse Frankenstein
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How does Victor's mother die in Frankenstein?
she dies of Scarlet Fever
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What is the significance of the death of Victor's youngest brother, William?
signifies a turning point in Frankenstein's mentality that makes him realise that his actions do have consequences
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What is the significance of the Delacy family to the development of the monster?
He learns their language which allows him to communicate with Frankenstein and
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Who is Robert Walton?
Walton is an Arctic explorer in search of the North West passage through the Arctic Ocean from Russia. He finds Victor near death and listens to his tale. He then records his story in the form of letters which he sends to his sister Margaret Saville
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I might___ a spark of being into the ___ thing that ___ at my feet
infuse, lifeless, lay
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my ___ was nearly ___ out
candle, burnt
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a convulsive motion ___ his limbs
agitated
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breathless ___ and ___ filled my heart
horror, disgust
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a ___ wrinkled his cheeks
grin
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Nothing could equal my delight on seeing ___
Clerval
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Who was John Locke and what is his significance in the creation of Frankenstein?
Locke was considered to be one of the most influential enlightenment period thinkers. He created the theory that when a person is born, their mind is a blank slate and how their brain develops depends on the experiences they have at an early age.
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