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Jessica Montalvo, author of ClassicNote. Completed on February 25, 2000,
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Frankenstein. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831.
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Frankenstein Questions and Answers
Question and Answer section for Frankenstein is a great
resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Elizabeth is a very passive person who doesn't really know how to make her own decisions. She's considered as a perfect woman: beautiful, weak, passive.
Victor has a passion for learning, especially about philosophy. He is dedicated, even...
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Chapter One is primarily concerned with the theme of family and kinship. For details on this theme, check out GradeSaver's chapter summary and analysis for Chapter One in its study guide for this unit.
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Yes he was a good student. He was interested in many things, especially the natural sciences.
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