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Frankenstein Review. What two major events happened to Frankenstein when he was seventeen? A. His youngest brother was born and he fell in love. B. He.

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1 Frankenstein Review

2 What two major events happened to Frankenstein when he was seventeen? A. His youngest brother was born and he fell in love. B. He received his inheritance and traveled abroad. C. His mother died and he went to the university at Inglostadt to study. C. His mother died and he went to the university at Inglostadt to study. D. He got his first job and moved to his own apartment.

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5 True or False: Frankenstein was one of the sailors on Robert Walton's expedition. A. True B. False

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8 What natural phenomena influenced Frankenstein? A. It was an avalanche. B. It was a waterfall. C. It was lightning. D. It was a tornado.

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11 True or False: Frankenstein wanted to try to create life in a test tube. A. True B. False

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14 How did Frankenstein feel when his experiment succeeded, and the creature came to life? A. He was thrilled. B. He was horrified and disgusted. C. He was excited, but scared. D. He felt omnipotent.

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17 What type of illness afflicted Frankenstein the day after he completed his creation? A. He went crazy, acting like a mad scientist. B. He became manic and started thinking of ways to improve his experiment. B. He became manic and started thinking of ways to improve his experiment. C. he became depressed and tried to commit suicide. D. He became ill with a fever and delirium for several months. D. He became ill with a fever and delirium for several months.

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20 True or False: At first, the creature felt confused because of all of the new sensations of life. A. True B. False

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23 How did the creature learn to speak and to read? A. He observed and listened to the cottagers. B. Frankenstein had programmed his brain to know how immediately. B. Frankenstein had programmed his brain to know how immediately. C. He sat outside the local school house and listened. D. A young child befriended him and taught him.

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26 Why did the creature seize the small boy, William Frankenstein? A. He wanted to hold the boy for ransom to get money. B. He wanted to educate him to become a companion. B. He wanted to educate him to become a companion C. He wanted the boys food. D. He thought the boy was in danger, and he was just protecting him. D. He thought the boy was in danger, and he was just protecting him.

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29 What did the creature do to the boy? A. He drowned the boy. B. He threw the boy off a cliff. C. He strangled the boy. D. He beat the boy to death.

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32 True or False: The creature was delighted that he was able to create despair for his creator. A. True B. False

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35 Who was accused of murdering William Frankenstein? A. Justine, who lived with the family, was accused of committing the murder. A. Justine, who lived with the family, was accused of committing the murder. B. Jean-Claude, one of the servants, was accused of committing the murder. B. Jean-Claude, one of the servants, was accused of committing the murder. C. Frankensteins brother was accused of committing the murder. C. Frankensteins brother was accused of committing the murder. D. Jason, one of the boys friends, was accused of committing the murder. D. Jason, one of the boys friends, was accused of committing the murder.

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38 True or False: Frankenstein was torn between wanting to save the accused and not wanting to reveal his horrible secret to anyone. A. True B. False

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41 What happened to the accused person? A. The accused person was found innocent and released. B. The accused person confessed under pressure, and was convicted and hanged. B. The accused person confessed under pressure, and was convicted and hanged. C. The accused person committed suicide in prison. D. Frankenstein helped the accused person escape from prison and flee the country. D. Frankenstein helped the accused person escape from prison and flee the country.

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44 What did the creature want of Frankenstein? A. He wanted money and food. B. He wanted a place to live. C. He wanted to go back to the university and study with Frankenstein. C. He wanted to go back to the university and study with Frankenstein. D. He wanted Frankenstein to listen to the account of his life so far. D. He wanted Frankenstein to listen to the account of his life so far.

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47 Whom did the creature save? A. He saved a woman who had become separated from her friends. A. He saved a woman who had become separated from her friends. B. He saved a mountain climber who had fallen. C. He saved a shepherd and his flock from being attacked by wolves. C. He saved a shepherd and his flock from being attacked by wolves. D. He saved a girl from drowning

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50 True or False: The creature asked Frankenstein to teach him how to create another life. A. True B. False

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53 What threat did the creature make when Frankenstein backed out on their agreement? A. He said, "All of mankind is now cursed." B. He said, "I will pursue you to the ends of the earth and the end of your life." B. He said, "I will pursue you to the ends of the earth and the end of your life." C. He said, "I will be with you on your wedding night." D. He said, "Alas, I am doomed to a wretched life on this earth!" D. He said, "Alas, I am doomed to a wretched life on this earth!"

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56 True or False: The authors Frankenstein enjoyed talked about the life of the soul in heaven. A. True B. False

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59 What happened on Frankenstein and Elizabeth's wedding night? A. The creature kidnapped Elizabeth. B. The creature attacked Victor, but Frankenstein managed to escape. B. The creature attacked Victor, but Frankenstein managed to escape. C. The creature attacked both of them, but only killed Elizabeth. C. The creature attacked both of them, but only killed Elizabeth. D. The creature broke into the room and killed Elizabeth.

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62 What did Frankenstein do after he left the magistrate? A. He went on a sea voyage to escape from the creature. B. He went to the professors at the university for help. C. He decided to pursue the creature and kill him. D. He hired a group of men to hunt and kill the creature.

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65 What request did Frankenstein make of Robert Walton? A. He asked Walton to destroy the creature if he ever had the opportunity. A. He asked Walton to destroy the creature if he ever had the opportunity. B. He asked Walton to get him to a doctor as soon as possible. B. He asked Walton to get him to a doctor as soon as possible. C. He asked Walton to tell his story so that others will not make the same mistake. C. He asked Walton to tell his story so that others will not make the same mistake. D. He asked Walton to reason with the creature and get him to surrender D. He asked Walton to reason with the creature and get him to surrender

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68 True or False: The creature strangled Victor Frankenstein. A. True B. False

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71 What happened to the creature at the end of the novel? A. He broke his neck as he tried to jump from the ship. B. He laughed and said he would continue to seek vengeance on humanity. B. He laughed and said he would continue to seek vengeance on humanity. C. He floated away into the darkness on an ice raft. D. Walton shot and killed him.

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74 What is the structure or form of the novel? A. It is historical fiction. B. It is an epistolary novel. C. It is a diary. D. It is an autobiography.

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