becomes happy once Safie is back in his life Felix is significant because he is

Becomes happy once safie is back in his life felix is

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becomes happy once Safie is back in his life. Felix is significant because he is the character that beats the creature and runs him off after coming home to him in his home talking to his father. This causes the creature to turn against humanity completely. Felix is a main cause of the creature’s final rampage and killing streak. Dedicated, mysterious, protective, unwelcoming 7. William William is Frankenstein’s youngest brother who is murdered by the monster. William is the monster’s first murder. Justine is accused of the murder and this shows how the monster is a secret. Frankenstein is the only one who knows about him. Innocent, afraid, and confident. 8. Elizabeth Elizabeth is Frankenstein’s cousin who was adopted into the family when they were both children. She and Victor are strongly encouraged to get married. She was another murder victim of the monster. She is responsible for passing on the scarlet fever that kills Victor’s mother. She tried her best to help Victor prove Justine’s innocence. This shows her trust in Victor. She was the monster’s last murder. Killing her was the monster’s revenge for Frankenstein not creating him a companion. Compassionate, caring, trusting, and understanding. 9. Delacey Delacey is the first man that the creature attempts to talk to after being created. The creature believes the old man will talk to him because he is blind and will not judge him based on his looks. Delacey is used to show one of Mary Shelly’s critiques of society. Due to the fact that he is blind, he does not judge the creature and actually gives him a chance to talk. The rest of society judges the creature solely based on his looks and does not even give him a chance. This is why the creature feels completely isolated and lonely. Quiet, thoughtful, reasonable, respectful, benevolent 10. Victor Frankenstein Victor serves as the main character in this story and one of three protagonists. The story is heard from his point of view and he portrays himself as the victim. Victor serves as the main character in this story. It is through his eyes that we see the creation of his monster and also his regret that followed. He feels like he is responsible for the deaths of all his closest friends because of his creation. He turns his back on the creature and is used as a symbol of society judging the creature solely based on his looks. Arrogant, remorseful, obsessive, brave
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Description of the Setting(s) and the Mood the Setting(s) Create: Frankenstein takes place in Geneva, the hometown of Victor Frankenstein, the mountains, Ingolstadt and the Arctic in sometime during the 1700's. The first setting of the novel is in the Arctic where the story telling takes place as well as the finding of Victor Frankenstein. The frame story takes place in the Arctic to show the hell like aspect and to relate to Paradise Lost . The second setting is Geneva, which is the hometown of Victor Frankenstein. Geneva is the setting of the death of Justine and the tragedy of his mother's death and finding of Elizabeth. The town
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