True or False The elder De Lacey was blind and therefore could not see how

True or false the elder de lacey was blind and

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39. True or False: The elder De Lacey was blind, and therefore could not see how hideousthe creature looked. He welcomed the creature in and agreed to listen to his story.A. TrueB. False40. What was the reaction of the rest of the De Lacey family when they saw the creature?Chapters 16-2041. When the creature found that the De Laceys had moved out of the cottage, he moved in.42. Whom did the creature save?
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43. Who was the small boy seized by the creature?A. Alphonse FrankensteinB. William FrankensteinC. Ernest FrankensteinD. Henry Clerval44. What did the creature do to the boy?45. True or False: The creature was delighted that he was able to create despair for his creator.46. Why did the creature put the locket in Justine’s pocket?47. True or False: The creature asked Frankenstein to teach him how to create another life.A. TrueB. False48. True or False: At first Frankenstein refused, but as the creature continued his argument, Frankenstein felt compassion for him, and finally agreed to the creature’s request.49. What threat did the creature make when Frankenstein backed out on their agreement?50. What happened to Frankenstein when he landed his boat?
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