Chapter Four of Frankenstein - Ch 3-4 The Beginning of...

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Ch 3-4: The Beginning of Frankenstein’s Demise Directions: In Frankenstein , Mary Shelley often aids the reader in understanding whether or not a character’s behavior or choice is the correct one in a situation. She does so by explaining the character’s current mental, physical, and emotional state. In the assignment below, you will examine the decisions that Victor Frankenstein makes in chapters 4 and judge their soundness based on the clues that we’re given about his health. Part 2: Scan through chapter 4 and collect evidence that Shelley provides to suggest that Frankenstein’s obsession with science is going in the wrong direction. Note quotes that point to: - Isolation - Deterioration of mental/physical health
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