Active Reading Frankenstein Chapters 11–16 In this section, the creature recounts what has happened in his life since Frankenstein abandoned him. Use the chart below to record the main experiences in the creature’s life as well as his thoughts and feelings about those experiences. Experiences Thoughts and Feelings discovers his senses; finds fire and food; observes moon feels joy in discovering nature He figures out how to life in the wild by himself. All he wants is a proper diet and he wants to sleep but he ant because all of his clothes are damp. He gets to explore the world, the villages and gets attacked and rejected by all the people he meets. He is scared that if he fully commits to being hidden in the shadows of the woods he won’t be able to come out and people would just be more scared of him. He observes a family that is living in a cottage. He feels a type of jealousy because he is unable to experience the love and acceptance that the family is receiving from one another. All he wants is someone to talk to that isn’t scared of him so he is jealous that the family has that and he does not. He learns how to speak and read. By learning these things he became very happy because now he is able to communicate with the people around him. He gets shot He feels undeserving of this and betrayed because even after saving the life of the young girl he gets repaid by being shot. The creature kills Frankenstein’s brother. He is solely focused on getting revenge on his creature for abandoning him. He decided to kill frankensteins brother and Victor feel the same kind of loneliness and sadness as him.
Responding Frankenstein Chapters 11–16 Personal Response What questions would you like to ask the creature? 1. Do you ever think about what if’s… Like what if your creator kept you, that would have happened? Or what if you looked the same as everyone else, do you think people would treat you the same?
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- Victor, creature recounts