Chapter 10.docx - Chapter 10 1 PART A What is the meaning of dissoluble as it is used in paragraph 3 of the passage A obtainable B impossible C

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Chapter 10 1. PART A: What is the meaning of “dissoluble” as it is used in paragraph 3 of the passage? A. obtainableB. impossibleC. reasonableD. breakable 2. PART B: Which phrase in paragraph 3 supports the answer to Part A? A. “‘miserable beyond all living things!’”B. “‘detest and spurn me’”C. “‘bound by ties’”D. “‘comply with my conditions’” 3. PART A: What is the meaning of “recompense” as it is used in paragraph 8 of the passage? A. make amends toB. pay tribute toC. bring shame onD. show understanding of 4. PART B: Which phrase from paragraph 8 supports the answer to Part A? A. “I will keep no terms with my enemies.”B. “Let your compassion be moved”C. “they shall share my wretchedness.”D. “I ask you not to spare me” 5. PART A: What primary tone is established by the words Dr. Frankenstein’s creature uses? A. emotional distressB. stern disapprovalC. taunting mockeryD. callous indifference6. PART B: Of the following seven phrases from the passage, select THREE that convey thetone identified in Part A.A. “‘detest and spurn me’” (Paragraph 3)
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B. “‘If you will comply with my conditions’” (Paragraph 3)C. “‘I will defend it’” (Paragraph 6)D. “‘whom thou drivest from joy’” (Paragraph 6) E. “‘How can I move thee?’” (Paragraph 8) F. “‘caves of ice’” (Paragraph 8)G. “‘The sun is yet high in the heavens’” (Paragraph 10) 7. PART A: How does the interaction between the characters advance the plot in the passage? show the reason Dr. Frankenstein created the man.explain his experiences to Dr. Frankenstein. 8. PART B: Which phrase from the passage supports the answer to Part A? was the wretch whom I had created.” (Paragraph 1)snowy precipices and illuminate another world, you will have heard my storyand can decide.” (Paragraph 10) speedy ruin.’” (Paragraph 10)
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