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- Question 1 of 10
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Fill in the blanks using the words below:
implies, justify, fate, monster.
Frankenstein suggests that he was influenced by a ‘high destiny’ which he uses to his creation of the . This that Frankenstein was controlled by .
- Question 2 of 10
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Throughout the novel, Frankenstein is careful to control his emotions.CorrectIncorrect
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What quote tells us that Frankenstein is deeply affected by his pursuit of the monster?CorrectIncorrect
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Frankenstein had a happy childhood.CorrectIncorrect
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Select all the key events where Frankenstein is present.CorrectIncorrect
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Frankenstein tells anyone who will listen about his method for creating life.CorrectIncorrect
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Sort the events in the correct order that lead to Frankenstein’s death.
- Frankenstein abandons the monster
- The monster murders William out of revenge
- Frankenstein starts to create a female monster, then abandons his plans
- The monster kills Elizabeth on her and Frankenstein’s wedding night out of revenge
- Frankenstein vows he will spend the rest of his life seeking revenge on the monster
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At times, Frankenstein displays obsessive behaviour.CorrectIncorrect
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When Frankenstein is dying, what does he say he ‘did right’?CorrectIncorrect
- Question 10 of 10
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How can the way Frankenstein abandoned the monster be seen as forgivable?CorrectIncorrect