Presentation on theme: "REVIEW GAME Frankenstein Chapters 11 - 24. Rules for Bluff 1.Students are divided in teams of 4-7 players, seated together. 2.The teacher will put a review."— Presentation transcript:
Rules for Bluff 1.Students are divided in teams of 4-7 players, seated together. 2.The teacher will put a review question on the screen. Everyone is to answer for him or herself--NO TALKING. Members of the team “at bat” stand up if they know the answer or stay seated if they don’t. The teacher will choose which of the players standing to call upon, and the team’s score for that round is based on: Correct answer--score +2 points per person standing Wrong answer--score -1 point per person standing 3. If people are talking at any unauthorized time, their team could lose points. The winning team has the highest score.
What are two persuasive things the creature says to convince Victor to make him a mate?
* Victor has a responsibility to give him the means to happiness *He promises to leave civilization and never come near men again *He threatens that Victor will “curse the hour of his birth” if he doesn’t do as asked
After returning home from the conversation on the glacier, why does Victor need to travel and to where?
He needs to consult with scientists in England on the topic of his creation of the mate.
Whose idea is it that Henry would travel with Victor?
What tragedy happens next in Victor’s life? Give details.
His father, Alphonse, dies within a few days of hearing Elizabeth is dead, from grief.
What happens to Victor after his father’s death?
What happens to Victor after his father’s death? He is committed to a mental institution for several months.
After his release from the institution, what action does Victor take in the hope of getting help to apprehend the creature? What’s the result?
After his release from the institution, what hat action does Victor take in the hope of getting help to apprehend the creature? What’s the result? He swears out a statement to a local Genovese magistrate, telling everything about the creature and its crimes. The magistrate is disbelieving and refuses to act.
In the wild run across most of Eurasia, who is chasing whom, and for what purpose?
Victor is pursuing the creature in the hopes of destroying him.
Does Walton ever meet the creature? If yes, describe the circumstances. If no, why not.
Walton meets and talks to the creature when it comes to mourn over Victor’s dead body on board Walton’s ship.