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Discussion Questions For Frankenstein

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1. Explain a character's problem and then offer your character advice on how to solve his/her problem.
The Monster has a serious dilemma of anger within his soul and takes it out onto innocent people. He even murders his own brother and later down the road his wife. I recommend therapy and relaxing anger management classes to tone down the tension this monster feels abruptly inside of him.

2. Pick one character and explain why you would/would not like to have him/her as a friend.
Elizabeth Lavenza would be a very close friend of mine to protect. I have a pretty present for my Victor--tomorrow he shall have it.' And when, on the morrow, she presented Elizabeth to me as her promised gift, I, with childish seriousness, interpreted her words
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I personally wouldn’t want to be exposed to frozen waters below normal temperatures for long periods of time whatsoever. Freezing cold after many hours could cause pneumonia and other deadly illnesses after a while.

5. What real-life people or events are you reminded of by characters or events in the story? Explain why.

“The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” hits me dead onto the nail when I think about how frankenstein shows a clear, detailed example of real life instances. Victor’s father is clearly a real dead beat in this matter, and the same attitude reflects throughout the story in his son’s personality.
6. Write about what would happen if you brought one of your characters to school or home for a day.
If I brought “The Monster” to my classroom, most of the entire student body would be absolutely flabbergasted and would attempt to tranquilize it in order to prevent injury.
7. Pick a scene in which you disagreed how a character handled a situation/person and rewrite it in the way you think it should have happened.
I absolutely feel like Victor should of put his foot down and not allow that this monster be created whatsoever. It caused a great deal of unnecessary chaos, and triggered lots of scared emotions throughout the entire
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