How does the creature end up inside with the old man?
Who attacks whom and why?
How does the creature learn the truth about his conception?
How does he respond?
Why does the creature pursue William?
Who gets blamed?
What does the creature tell Victor in front of his home?
What does the creature blame Victor for?
Why does Victor delay his wedding for a month?
Why does Victor eventually refuse the creature’s request?
Who is with Alphonse (Victor’s father) as he dies?
On the wedding night, Victor knows the creature is near how?
What does Victor decide to do as a response to the murder?
What does Elizabeth do once she realizes what she’s become ?
What happens after Victor finishes telling his story to Walton?
What does Walton see when he returns to the cabin?
How does the creature respond when asked why he weeps?
Why does the creature steal the torch?
What is the creature’s fate?
How does this influence Walton?
List 10 Gothic elements according to their place in the story:
Ideas to discuss:
The monster’s eloquence and persuasiveness has what effect on the viewer?
Why do you think most film versions of the story present the monster as mute or inarticulate?
How do Victor and the monster become more similar as the novel goes on?
What causes their relationship with each other to develop?
What fatal flaw causes Victor’s tragic fate?
What is the underlying cause of his suffering?
Give 5 ways the movie presents scientific knowledge as dangerous and destructive?
For the satire, Young Frankenstein, list 10 of the many social stigma or prejudices that you notice being
spotlighted, and give us the detail that makes this funny.