Frankenstein Volume 1

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Walton describes current climate, announces his need to succeed in his pursuit
• But success SHALL crown my endeavours” • What can stop the determined heart and resolved will of man?”
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Walton meets Frankenstein, saves him, helps him recover and listens to Frankenstein’s story
• His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emancipated by fatigue and suffering” • His eyes have generally an expression of wildness • Unhappy man! Do you share my madness? Have you drunk also of the intoxicating draught? • I ardently ho
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Chapter 1 How Caroline + Alphonse met, relationship between Frank and parents, discovery of Elizabeth
• My ancestors had been for many years, counsellors and syndics • My mother’s tender caresses ad my father’s smile of benevolent pleasure • All praises bestowed on her [Elizabeth], I received as made to a possession of my own
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Chapter 2 Frank's relationship with Elizabeth & Cherval, childhood, inquisition of knowledge by reading and witness storm
• Harmony was the soul of our companionship • Elizabeth was of a calmer and more concentrated disposition; but with all my ardour, I was capable of a more intense application • My first care was to procure the works of this author [ Agrippa] and afte
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Chapter 3 Elizabeth ill, but saved, Caroline dies, Frank goes to college, meets Kreme + Waldman, decides future
• The void that presents itself to the soul and the despair exhibited on the countenance • Chance or rather the evil influence – the Ange of Destruction which asserted omnipotent sway over me…. Led me first to M. Krempe • I was required to exchange c
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Chapter 4 Frankenstein pursues the creation of the monster, lots of varied emotions
• After so much time spent in painful labour, to arrive at the summit of my desires, was the most gratifying consummation of my toils • With all its intricacies of fibres, muscles and veins still remained a work of inconceivable difficulty and labour
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Chapter 5 The monster is completed, brought to life, Frank freaks out, Clerval visits him
• His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful. Beautiful – Great God! • The beauty of the dream vanished and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart • I hurried on: Like one, on a lonesome road who, Doth walk in f
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Chapter 6 Letter from Elizabeth, background to Justine, Frank introduces Clerval to uni. professors, return to Geneva
• Elizabeth: I have prevented his [Alphonse] encountering the inconveniences and perhaps dangers of so long a journey • Ever since the fatal night … I have conceived a violent antipathy towards natural philosophy • We passed a fortnight in these pera
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Chapter 7 Letter from Alphonse – William’s death, goes home, sees monster, finds out about Justine’s prosecution
• William is dead! – that sweet child, whose smiles dedicated and warmed my heart • A flash of lightening illuminated the object, and discovered its shape plainly to me; it’s gigantic stature, and the deformity of its aspect • The wretch, filthy daem
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• His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emancipated by fatigue and suffering” • His eyes have generally an expression of wildness • Unhappy man! Do you share my madness? Have you drunk also of the intoxicating draught? • I ardently ho

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Walton meets Frankenstein, saves him, helps him recover and listens to Frankenstein’s story

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• My ancestors had been for many years, counsellors and syndics • My mother’s tender caresses ad my father’s smile of benevolent pleasure • All praises bestowed on her [Elizabeth], I received as made to a possession of my own

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• Harmony was the soul of our companionship • Elizabeth was of a calmer and more concentrated disposition; but with all my ardour, I was capable of a more intense application • My first care was to procure the works of this author [ Agrippa] and afte

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• The void that presents itself to the soul and the despair exhibited on the countenance • Chance or rather the evil influence – the Ange of Destruction which asserted omnipotent sway over me…. Led me first to M. Krempe • I was required to exchange c

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