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How does Shelley present the relationship between
Frankenstein and his creation?

 

How does Shelley present the danger of pursuing new
knowledge?

How does Shelley present revenge?

How does Shelley present Victor Frankenstein’s
emotions in the novel?

How does Shelley present the power of nature in
Frankenstein?

How does Shelley present the theme of discriminaton/prejudice in her novel?

How does Shelley present the theme of scientific discovery in the novel?

How is the character of... important to the novel?

A dark and challenging text of mankind’s search to conquer the world around him, Frankenstein is the seminal gothic story of reason vs emotion.

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Frankenstein CGP

Simple, visual, a useful foundation. 

Frankenstein York Notes

More detailed and sophisticated with useful study questions and exemplars. 

Frankenstein Cliff Notes Complete

Superb context and introduction. Search for the complete edition.