Frankenstein - E-Guide

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Forget Boris Karloff! The real story is scarier, because it examines real, human desires and capabilities. A brilliant student, Victor Frankenstein, comes upon the knowledge of creating life. Expecting glory and hoping to benefit humanity, Frankenstein creates a man - only to discover that creation carries more consequences and responsibilities than he foresaw. The resulting tragedy speaks directly to some of the issues facing us in science and medicine today.

Years later, Robert Walton is a young man driven by his desire for knowledge and exploration - he wants to make his mark on the world. But he finds something entirely different. As the sea ice closes in on his ship, he and his crew sight a strange, gigantic being driving a dogsled across the frozen wasteland, finally disappearing into the distance. The next day they find an ill and dying man floating on a fragment of ice and persuade him to come on board for his safety. As his ship lies trapped by the surrounding ice, Walton spends many hours talking with the ill man, a Victor Frankenstein of Geneva. As they talk, Frankenstein slowly tells his story to Walton.
Science Fiction.

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Recommended Grade Level:
Imaginative Europe, 1800's
Study Guide Author:
Calvin Roso and Andrew Clausen
For the Book By:
Mary Shelley
Study Guide Page Count:
90 pages


  • 5

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    It was very helpful

  • 5
    Incorporates Biblical lessons

    Posted by Sarah D. on 19th Feb 2016

    I love how all of these guides incorporate biblical principles into the lessons... it was the main reason I purchased this particular guide.

  • 5
    very comprehensive

    Posted by Michelle S. on 18th Nov 2015

    This is a very comprehensive guide to the novel and is appropriate for 11th grade readers. Great buy!

  • 5
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