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4.Professor who mocks Victor's study of Agrippa
13.The study Victor focuses on at the univeristy
14.Kind of a jerk, but he is probably the reason Shelley wrote Frankenstein
17.This bird is the symbolic weight that the mariner must carry around and becomes symbolic of Victor's guilt
18.Can add realism to a novel because it adds the workings and feelings of real life.
19.Part of Shelley's inspiration comes from this
26.Walton is seeking a passage through this place
31.Romantics believe nature has this power
32.A reference to another piece of literature or person
33.Favored a social hierarchy
34.After his father's death, Victor spends two months here which also fits in with the elements of a gothic novel
35.The Creature promises to move here with his companion
36.Studies Oriental languages with the intent of using them for business purposes
37.symbolic of danger
38.Symbolic of nature's power
39.The country Safie refuses to return
43."Man's yesterday may ne'er be like his morrow"
48.Allows for more than one narrator's voice
49.Both the Creature and Victor suffer as a result of seeking this
50.Victor's father cautions him against excessive amounts of this
52.The Creature claims he was these two things but "misery made [him] a fiend".
54.At one point, Victor and the Creature both compare themselves to this biblical creature
55.Victor is searching for this when he begins his studies at the university
56.Village Victor visit on his journey into the Alps after Justine's trial
57.The creature has difficulty understanding words like "love" and "hate" because they are these.
58.Justine is threatened with this if she does not confess to William's murder
59.Mary's husband a poey
60.University Victor attends
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1.Tells of the fall of Satan, mans' creation, temptation, and fall
2.Like Victor's story, this story's narrator tells his story as a warning
3.Justine and Elizabeth have this in common
5."Unhappy man, do you share my ___?"
6.Victor more often than not refers to the Creature as this
7.This type of character is often a part of a gothic novel
8.Is framed for William's murder
9.Thematic lesson where Victor learns the consequences of being irresponsible
10.Story of a young man in love with a woman engaged to another man
11.Emphasis on imagination and emotion; saw nature an restorative
12.Like Victor, he too played God and got himself into a lot of trouble
15.Gave fire to humans and was punished eternally by the gods.
16.Element of a gothic novel
20.Ernst, Victor's brother, wants to join this military organiztion
21.What the Creature desires most of all
22.Imposing part of the Alps Victor retreats to
23.Professor of Chemistry
24.To whom Walton's letters are written
25.Victor describes his creation as having yellow skin, pearly white teeth, straight black lips, and this.
27.But for an "r" the Creature would be this
28.Romantics believed in individual liberty and this against tyranny
29.One of the themes, this teaches us of the devastating results to a person when this happens involuntarily
30.Victor describes Elizabeth most often as this
40.Teaches the Creature of mankind's ability to be virtuous yet evil as well
41.One of the places Victor acquires his "materials" to assemble his creatures
42.Country where Victor goes on trial for Henry's murder
44.Studied the power of electricity
45.The lake where the Frankensteins have a second house
46.Where Elizabeth and Victor plan to honeymoon
47.Exiled from France for helping a Turk escape from Prison
51.What remote islands does Victor choose to create the female creature?
53.The Creature finds this and is able to discover his creator and where he abides

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