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Where did Victor and Elizabeth go on th…
Where was Victor Frankenstein born?
After Justine’s death, where did Victor…
Where was Robert Walton sailing?
Lake Como, Italy
Napels
Chamouix
The North Pole
Where did Victor and Elizabeth go on th…
Lake Como, Italy
Where was Victor Frankenstein born?
Napels
Physiological
Delineating (delineate)
Expediant (noun or adjective)
Foreboding
Relating to branch of biology that deal with how a living orga…
Describing or portraying something precisely
Convenient and practical but possibly improper or immoral
Fearful apprehension or a fear that something bad will happen
Physiological
Relating to branch of biology that deal with how a living orga…
Delineating (delineate)
Describing or portraying something precisely
endeavor
abode
sustenance
rankle
a serious attempt or effort
home
something that provides nourishment; food needed to live
to cause anger, irritation, or bitterness
endeavor
a serious attempt or effort
abode
home
ardent … (Walton)
foot, man
great purpose
friend
my _________ curiosity
tread a land never been been imprinted by the ______ of ______
Margaret, do I not deserve to accomplish some _______ ________
I have no _______, Margaret
ardent … (Walton)
my _________ curiosity
foot, man
tread a land never been been imprinted by the ______ of ______
Who is the author of Frankenstein (firs…
When was Frankenstein first published?
How old was the author when she wrote F…
Where and at what time of year did the…
Mary Shelley … NOTE: The first publication read “by anonymous”…
Written in 1816 and published in 1818
Written when author was 19 and published when she was 21
On a cold and rainy summer vacation in Geneva, Switzerland wit…
Who is the author of Frankenstein (firs…
Mary Shelley … NOTE: The first publication read “by anonymous”…
When was Frankenstein first published?
Written in 1816 and published in 1818
Mary Shelley was born
Her mother
Her mother wrote
Who wrote “The Rime of the Ancient Mari…
1797
Mary Wollstonecraft
A Vindication of the Rights of Women
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Mary Shelley was born
1797
Her mother
Mary Wollstonecraft
Physiological
Delineating (delineate)
Expediant (noun or adjective)
Foreboding
Relating to branch of biology that deal with how a living orga…
Describing or portraying something precisely
Convenient and practical but possibly improper or immoral
Fearful apprehension or a fear that something bad will happen
Physiological
Relating to branch of biology that deal with how a living orga…
Delineating (delineate)
Describing or portraying something precisely
Physiological
Delineating (delineate)
Expediant (noun or adjective)
Foreboding
Relating to branch of biology that deal with how a living orga…
Describing or portraying something precisely
Convenient and practical but possibly improper or immoral
Fearful apprehension or a fear that something bad will happen
Physiological
Relating to branch of biology that deal with how a living orga…
Delineating (delineate)
Describing or portraying something precisely
How do the Letters farm the upcoming st…
How do Capt. Robert Walton’s life and t…
Explain how Walton educates himself for…
What does Walton desire when he writes…
Leading into a flashback
It’s the joys of life in general. It’s the simple things of li…
Met up with some guys, and ended up wanting to sail because he…
He’s looking for a friend. So when he writes to his sister it’…
How do the Letters farm the upcoming st…
Leading into a flashback
How do Capt. Robert Walton’s life and t…
It’s the joys of life in general. It’s the simple things of li…
Fire
Prometheus
Clay
Percy Shelley
what Prometheus stole from Olympus to give to mankind
the Titan who stole fire from Olympus and gave it to mankind
what Prometheus made mankind from
wrote Prometheus Unbound
Fire
what Prometheus stole from Olympus to give to mankind
Prometheus
the Titan who stole fire from Olympus and gave it to mankind
Narrators
Gothic Literature
Allusion
Round Characters
Robert Walton … Victor Frankenstein… Frankenstein’s Monster… Narr…
A genre of literature that combines elements of both horror an…
A reference to another work of literature, person, or event
Victor Frankenstein… Robert Walton… Justine … Henry Clerval… Alpho…
Narrators
Robert Walton … Victor Frankenstein… Frankenstein’s Monster… Narr…
Gothic Literature
A genre of literature that combines elements of both horror an…
Author
Year of Publication
Movement
Time Period
Mary Shelley
1818 1st edition… 1831 2nd edition
Romanticism
Romanticism
Author
Mary Shelley
Year of Publication
1818 1st edition… 1831 2nd edition
Literary periods
Medieval
Renaissance/Colonial/Puritan
Enlightenment
Medieval, renaissance, enlightenment, romantic, victorian, rea…
500-1500… Beowulf, Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
1500-1670s… Shakespeare, Milton, Broadstreet
1700-1800… Rousseau
Literary periods
Medieval, renaissance, enlightenment, romantic, victorian, rea…
Medieval
500-1500… Beowulf, Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
hideous
alchemist
abomination
charnel house
very ugly, offensive, shocking
one who practices medieval chemistry or tries to change metals…
a thing that causes disgust or hatred… something despised or ab…
a vault or building where corpses or bones are deposited
hideous
very ugly, offensive, shocking
alchemist
one who practices medieval chemistry or tries to change metals…
hideous
alchemist
abomination
charnel house
very ugly, offensive, shocking
one who practices medieval chemistry or tries to change metals…
a thing that causes disgust or hatred… something despised or ab…
a vault or building where corpses or bones are deposited
hideous
very ugly, offensive, shocking
alchemist
one who practices medieval chemistry or tries to change metals…
?criminality? Elizabeth’s heart-rending…
?transitory? These feelings are transit…
?countenance? He approached; his counte…
?whilst? I found that the sparrow utter…
?criminality? Elizabeth’s heart-rending…
?transitory? These feelings are transit…
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Mary Wollestonecraft
What is consistently shown in her writi…
What did she feel was her biggest flaw…
radical beliefs, atheist
godmother of women’s rights movements in the 19th century (182…
Guilt for her mother’s death, her mom died when giving birth.
She wasn’t confident in her own imagination. She thought that…
Percy Bysshe Shelley
radical beliefs, atheist
Mary Wollestonecraft
godmother of women’s rights movements in the 19th century (182…
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Mary Wollestonecraft
What is consistently shown in her writi…
What did she feel was her biggest flaw…
radical beliefs, atheist
godmother of women’s rights movements in the 19th century (182…
Guilt for her mother’s death, her mom died when giving birth.
She wasn’t confident in her own imagination. She thought that…
Percy Bysshe Shelley
radical beliefs, atheist
Mary Wollestonecraft
godmother of women’s rights movements in the 19th century (182…
‘Wealth was an inferior object; but wha…
‘My application was at first fluctuatin…
‘In other studies you go as far as othe…
‘After days and nights of incredible la…
‘Wealth was an inferior object; but wha…
‘My application was at first fluctuatin…
idle
consent
domesticate
vex
Not working, active, or being used
Permission for something to happen
To adapt an animal or plant to life among human beings
To bring trouble or distress
idle
Not working, active, or being used
consent
Permission for something to happen
Prometheus translated into Greek means
They were members of the second generat…
The first twelve Titans comprised the f…
A second set of Titans consisted of ___…
forethought
Titans
Mnemosyne, Tethys, Theia, Phoebe, Rhea, and Themis
Hyperion’s
Prometheus translated into Greek means
forethought
They were members of the second generat…
Titans
The Creature: referring to his capabili…
The Creature: referring to his rejectio…
The Creature: talking to the blind fath…
The Creature: talking to Victor, Chapte…
“Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful.”
“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”
“I am an unfortunate and deserted creature, I look around and…
“Remember that I am thy creature; I ought to be thy Adam, but…
The Creature: referring to his capabili…
“Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful.”
The Creature: referring to his rejectio…
“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”
Theme
A common theme of Prometheus and Franke…
How did Shelley dramatize Frankenstein?
Shared topics between Prometheus and Fr…
The moral or life lesson of a story or movie
Even the best of intentions can have negative consequences.
By highlighting Dr. Frankenstein’s obsession over his creation
good vs. evil, creation, relationships
Theme
The moral or life lesson of a story or movie
A common theme of Prometheus and Franke…
Even the best of intentions can have negative consequences.
Romanticism
Juxtaposition
Gothic Literature
Epistolary
a movement in the arts and literature that originated in the l…
Placement of two things closely together to emphasize comparis…
Characterized by grotesque characters, bizarre situations, and…
concerned with letters; through correspondence
Romanticism
a movement in the arts and literature that originated in the l…
Juxtaposition
Placement of two things closely together to emphasize comparis…
Who wrote Frankenstein?
When was Mary born?
When was Frankenstein first published?
How did the idea for Frankenstein come…
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
August 30, 1797 in London
January 1st, 1818 (200 years ago)
Frankenstein was a result of Lord Byron challenging Mary, Perc…
Who wrote Frankenstein?
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
When was Mary born?
August 30, 1797 in London

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