How does the monster feel about himself?
How does the monster feel about his own appearance? He is surprised and pleased. He cannot stop looking at himself. He is shocked by how ugly he is.
What request does the monster make from Victor at the end of Chapter 16?
The monster’s final request from Victor is to create him a mate. In Chapter 16, the monster is the victim of an injustice again. After his “adopted family” rejects him, he seeks to find Victor in Geneva.
What kind of knowledge does the monster gain from the Cottagers?
what kind of knowledge does the monster gain from the cottagers? He learns to speak, and then to read, by observing and listening to the cottagers. He found a portmanteau that had several books in it, and he read them. He then read the letters that were in the pocket of the coat he had taken from Victor Frankenstein.
What color is Frankenstein’s clothes?
Where did Victor see the creature and why didn’t you destroy it?
Where did Victory next see the creature and why didn’t he take the opportunity to destroy his creation? He sees the monster on top of a glacier. he doesn’t destroy the monster because he physically cannot, as well as the monster speaks intelligently causing Victor to be intrigued.
How does the monster learn to communicate?
The Monster learns to speak by spying on the DeLacey family. He lives for over a year in a “hovel,” a small shed attached to the DeLaceys’ cottage. The Monster learns to read when he finds three books abandoned on the ground: Paradise Lost, Plutarch’s Lives and The Sorrows of Werter.
What month was Frankenstein’s monster created?
How did the creature learn about his hideous appearance?
The monster notices the care and concern the family has for each other, and he senses that there is a mood of despair among the younger family members. Seeing his reflection in a small pool of water, the monster discovers himself for the first time and now knows that he is hideous to behold.
What does the monster realize when he is able to understand those around him?
What does the monster do to help Felix and Agatha? What does the monster realize when he is able to understand those around him? that he is disfigured and alone. How is Felix related to Safie?
How did Victor spend the night after bringing the creature to life?
How did Victor spend the night after bringing the creature to life? He runs to the woods, spends a week in bed, now repulsed by his work. He leaves the creature alone.
Why does the monster compare himself to Adam?
The story of Adam’s creation made the monster question the whereabouts of his creator and wonder if his creator abandoned him like God cast down Satan. The monster, based on what he had read, believed that just as God created Adam, so had Frankenstein created him; in that sense he was similar to Adam.