Table of Contents
- 1 Why does Frankenstein spend so much time in vaults and charnel houses?
- 2 Why does Victor go home?
- 3 Why does Victor begin to visit the graveyards and charnel houses places where bones are stored )?
- 4 What happens to Victor at night when he is building the monster?
- 5 What did Victor decide to study Frankenstein?
- 6 What did the creature tell Victor about how he spent?
Why does Frankenstein spend so much time in vaults and charnel houses?
How did Caroline explain Elizabeth’s arrival to young Frankenstein? Why does Frankenstein spend time ‘in vaults and charnel houses’? To study the decay of flesh. After the daemon comes to life, Victor leaves the room and…
Why does Victor go home?
-First, after he has created the monster, Victor receives a letter from his father. – Victor wishes to find the creature given he knows it is responsible for William’s death. -Victor wishes to return home so that he can help Justine’s case (so she is not found guilty of William’s murder).
How did Victor spend the night after bringing?
How did Victor spend the night after bringing the creature to life? He runs to the woods, spends a week in bed, now repulsed by his work. He leaves the creature alone.
Why did Victor learn about life and death?
Frankenstein believes that by creating the Monster, he can discover the secrets of “life and death,” create a “new species,” and learn how to “renew life.” He is motivated to attempt these things by ambition. He wants to achieve something great, even if it comes at great cost.
Why does Victor begin to visit the graveyards and charnel houses places where bones are stored )?
In Chapter Three, Victor says that he “began the creation of a human being.” In order to achieve his goal, he requires “lifeless matter” so that he can “renew life where death had apparently devoted the body to corruption.” In other words, he needs body parts, and so he must look in all of the places one might find …
What happens to Victor at night when he is building the monster?
One stormy night, after months of labor, Victor completes his creation. Victor enters first and is relieved to find no sign of the monster. But, weakened by months of work and shock at the horrific being he has created, he immediately falls ill with a nervous fever that lasts several months.
Why does Victor think the monster killed William?
Near where his brother died, Victor sees a figure resembling the monster. He realizes that the monster killed William, which means that he, Victor, is really responsible since he created the monster. Victor realizes the cost of his arrogant assault on nature and begins to lose his innocence.
Why does Victor hesitate to return to his hometown when his journey is nearing its end?
Victor hesitates to return to his hometown when his journey is nearing its end because he began thinking about the story he had to tell since he assumes that his creation killed William.
What did Victor decide to study Frankenstein?
What did the creature tell Victor about how he spent?
What did the creature tell Victor about how he spent the first few weeks after his creation? He spent them alone in the woods. Briefly describe the cottagers living next to the creature’s refuge. A young girl, a young man, and an old man.
What creates Victor?
The monster is Victor Frankenstein’s creation, assembled from old body parts and strange chemicals, animated by a mysterious spark. He enters life eight feet tall and enormously strong but with the mind of a newborn.
What does Victor Frankenstein want to accomplish?
What does Victor want to accomplish in life? Victor wants to accomplish in life how to understand all the causes of nature. He turns to the study of mathematics because his father didn’t approve of humanities and felt math was first step to understanding & worth his attention.