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Frankenstein Exam

Victor Frankenstein Genovese scientist who creates an intelligent but grotesque monster; he abandons his creation and keeps its existence a secret; begins but fails to complete a mate for the creature.
The monster eight-foot tall, hideous creation of Victor Frankenstein; Intelligent and sensitive; tries to become part of humanity and is rejected; seeks revenge on his creator.
Robert Walton Artic explore whose ship is icebound in the Artic seas; picks up Victor Frankenstein and befriends him and brings him back to health. Hears Victor story and promises to destroy the monster. Told through series of letters to his sister in England.
Alphonse Frankenstein Victor’s father who is very sympatric towards his son. Wishes to see Victor and Elizabeth married. Dies of a broken heart after Elizabeth dies.
Caroline Beaufort Victor’s mother who was taken in by the Frankenstein family after her own father died. Dies of scarlet fever just before Victor leaves for Inglostadt.
Elizabeth Lavneza orphan who is adopted by the Frankenstein family; Victor’s cousin. Marries Victor and is killed by monster on their wedding night.
Henry Clerval Victor’s boyhood friend who nurses Victor back to health after the creation of the monster (Ingolstadt); studies Oriental languages. Killed by monster in Ireland.
William Frankenstein youngest brother of Victor. Monster strangles him in woods outside Geneva. Monster takes locket containing picture of Caroline Beaufort from him.
Justine Moritz young girl adopted into Frankenstein household. Unjustly accused of killing William because she had the locket that William had had and hanged for his murder.
Beaufort merchant and friend of Alphonse Frankenstein; Caroline’s father.
M. Waldman chemistry professor at Ingolstadt who encourages Victor to pursues sciences that can explain the “big questions” about the origins of life.
M. Krempe professor of natural philosophy at Ingolstadt; tell Victor that his studies of old alchemists were a waste of time and that he should begin his studies anew
Mr. Kirwin Irish magistrate who accuses Victor of Clerval’s murder; hears Victor’s tale about the monster.
the Turk Safie’s father; involves Felix in a plot to escape the French authorities and causes the DeLacey family to be put in prison, stripped of their wealth and exiled from France.
Felix oldest son of the DeLacey family; teaches Safie and the monster to read and write; drives monster away from their cottage
Agatha daughter of Delacey family
DeLacey old blind father of the Delacey family; monster appeals to him for protection and friendship
Safie the young Arabian whom Felix marries.
Russia location from which letters are written to Margaret Saville; Walton begins his Artic expedition from here
Geneva birthplace and home of Frankenstein family; deaths of Caroline, William, Justine and Alphonse Frankenstein take place here; Frankenstein first sees the creature in the wood (after William’s death)
Ingolstadt university where Frankenstein discovers the secrets of life; creates and abandons his monster here; Victor is nursed back to health by Clerval
Chamounix town in the Alps where Frankenstein stays prior to climbing the glacier and the mountains – goes to get away from the strain of life
Montavert glacier on Mt. Blanc where monster meets Frankenstein; monster tells his story to Frankenstein
Italy Frankenstein family adopts Elizabeth in Milan, Delacey family is brought into political trouble by Safie’s father, the Turk; Delacey’s go into exile
Germany location of Delacey cottage; monster observes family from hut and learns to speak, read and write from the family. Monster is ejected by the family
England location of walking tour Frankenstein and Clerval take while Frankenstein is planning the female monster
Orkney Islands in Scotland Frankenstein begins and destroys the second monster
Ireland Frankenstein is washed ashore after destroying the second monster; Clerval is murdered by the monster; Victor is accused of the murder; Victor reveals the existence of the monster to Kirwin
Villa Lavenza in Italy; Elizabeth’s inheritance from her father; Elizabeth and Frankenstein plan to spend their honeymoon here; Elizabeth is murdered by the monster.
Created by: swimmingninja42