8. How did Frankenstein react to this request? At first he refused, but as the creature continued his argument, Frankenstein felt compassion for him, and finally agreed to create a female. 9. What threat did the creature make when he saw Frankenstein destroy his second creation? He said, "I will be with you on your wedding night." 10. What happened to Frankenstein when he landed his boat? He was accused of murder.
Chapter 21-24 1. Who had been the creature’s most recent victim? It was Henry Clerval. 2. What happened at Frankenstein’s trial? Witnesses were able to prove that he was on the Orkney Islands at the time the body of Clerval was found. He was acquitted and released. 3. What event occurred next in Frankenstein’s life? He married Elizabeth. 4. What happened on Frankenstein and Elizabeth’s wedding night? The creature broke into the room and killed Elizabeth. 5. What happened to Frankenstein’s father as a result of this latest tragedy? He died of grief. 6. What was the magistrate’s response when Frankenstein told him the entire story of the creature? The magistrate believed him, but said that he didn't think he and his men would be successful in catching the creature. 7. What did Frankenstein do after he left the magistrate? He decided to pursue the monster and kill him. 8. What request does Frankenstein make of Robert Walton? Frankenstein knows his strength is failing. He asks Robert Walton to destroy the creature if he ever has the opportunity. 9. What happened to Frankenstein at the end of the novel? He died of natural causes while in the cabin on the ship. 10. What happened to the creature at the end of the novel? He came into the cabin and saw the dead Frankenstein. He told Walton that he was going to travel in the far north and kill himself. We last see the creature as he floats away into the darkness on an ice raft. Frankenstein Vocabulary 1. odious- hateful 16. purloined- stolen 2. progeny- children; offspring 17. exhortations- urgings 3. expedient- suitable; practical 18. abhorrent- detested, hated 4. capacious- spacious; roomy 19. sanguinary- bloody 5. ardent- passionate; enthusiastic 20. indolence- laziness 6. paroxysm- spasm; convulsion 21. languid- weary, listless 7. harrowing- distressing; agonizing 22. calamity- disaster 8. rankling- irritating 23. imperious- domineering 9. penury- extreme poverty 24. portend- predict
10. prognosticated- predicted 25. conflagration- a great fire 11. vacillating- fluctuating 12. salubrious- healthful 13. ignominious- disgraceful 14. timorous- fearful 15. commiserate- express sympathy
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