Frankenstein Letters 1-4 Quiz

1. Who is writing all the letters? 2. To whom is he writing? 3. Where is the author of the letters when he writes letter 1? Why is he there? What are his plans? 4. What does the letter author tell us about himself? 5. What do you think about the letter author’s quote: “What can stop the determined heart and resolved will of man?”

6. How much time has elapsed between letter 3 and letter 4? What ‘strange accident’ (in letter 4) has happened to the sailors? 7. Why does the man picked up by the ship say he is there? What shape is he in?

8. What sort of person does the man seem to be? How does the letter author respond to this man? 9. What is the letter author now going to do with the stranger they picked up? How does letter 4 end?

Frankenstein Letters 1-4 Quiz
1. Who is writing all the letters? 2. To whom is he writing? 3. Where is the author of the letters when he writes letter 1? Why is he there? What are his plans? 4. What does the letter author tell us about himself? 5. What do you think about the letter author’s quote: “What can stop the determined heart and resolved will of man?”

6. How much time has elapsed between letter 3 and letter 4? What ‘strange accident’ (in letter 4) has happened to the sailors? 7. Why does the man picked up by the ship say he is there? What shape is he in?

8. What sort of person does the man seem to be? How does the letter author respond to this man? 9. What is the letter author now going to do with the stranger they picked up? How does letter 4 end?

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