- Why does the creature think he is like Adam in that book?
- In what way does the creature view himself as similar to Adam in Paradise Lost?
- How does the monster in Frankenstein describe himself?
- What does the monster think his creator owes him?
- What does the monster think causes Felix Agatha and De Lacey to be unhappy?
- How does Caroline Frankenstein die?
- How does the creature view himself?
- Why doesn’t the creature kill himself after this incident?
- What happens to Elizabeth ironic or unexpected?
- Who does the creature in Frankenstein compare himself to?
- Why did the monster cry when Victor died?
- Why are Felix Agatha and delacey so poor?
Why does the creature think he is like Adam in that book?
After reading Paradise Lost, why does the creature think he is like Adam in that book.
The creature thinks he is like Adam because he is the innocent who got rejected by his creator and feels lonesome without his Eve..
In what way does the creature view himself as similar to Adam in Paradise Lost?
The creation of Adam in Paradise Lost reveals a situation similar to what the creature is facing. First, both were created from nothing by a supreme being and even more evident to the creature is that he, like Adam was, is the only creature of his kind on the face of the earth.
How does the monster in Frankenstein describe himself?
Shelley described Frankenstein’s monster as an 8-foot-tall (2.4 m) creature of hideous contrasts: His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful. … Early stage portrayals dressed him in a toga, shaded, along with the monster’s skin, a pale blue.
What does the monster think his creator owes him?
The monster believes that since Victor created him, that he owes him a companion, and in this case, a bride for him. When Victor first refuses, the monster persuades him into it by convincing him that as his creator, it is his responsability to make sure that he is happy.
What does the monster think causes Felix Agatha and De Lacey to be unhappy?
What does the monster think causes Felix, Agatha, and De Lacey to be unhappy? Poverty. Which of the following is not one of the alchemists whom Victor studies in his adolescence?
How does Caroline Frankenstein die?
scarlet feverCaroline Beaufort The daughter of Beaufort. After her father’s death, Caroline is taken in by, and later marries, Alphonse Frankenstein. She dies of scarlet fever, which she contracts from Elizabeth, just before Victor leaves for Ingolstadt at age seventeen.
How does the creature view himself?
The creature, on the other hand, has always seen himself as ugly yet capable of very human feelings. He sees that humankind can be godlike as well as wicked, and he recognizes that he, too, has the capacity for both. He wishes to be loved and cherished, Victor’s Adam, but he feels,…
Why doesn’t the creature kill himself after this incident?
When the creature introduces himself to the cottagers Agatha faints, Safie runs away from the scene, and Felix beats the creature with a stick. Why doesn’t the creature kill itself after this incident? The creature doesn’t kill itself because he believes there is still hope to talk to the old man, Delacy.
What happens to Elizabeth ironic or unexpected?
What happens to Elizabeth? What is ironic, or unexpected about the creatures revenge on Frankenstein? The monster killed her. Frankenstein didn’t build the creature a partner so the monster didn’t let Frankenstein have a wife.
Who does the creature in Frankenstein compare himself to?
Paradise Lost, here and throughout the novel, provides a touchstone for the monster as he tries to understand his identity. Comparing himself to both Adam and Satan, perceiving himself as both human and demonic, the monster is poised uncomfortably between two realms.
Why did the monster cry when Victor died?
After Victor dies, the creature realizes the destructiveness of his love/hate acts: “in his murder my crimes are consummated.” He admits to “a frightful selfishness” that hurries him to his heinous acts.
Why are Felix Agatha and delacey so poor?
Why are Felix, Agatha, and De Lacey so poor? They were born poor. Safie’s father stripped them of their fortune. The French court took their fortune and exiled them from France for helping Safie’s father escape from prison.