Remember that at this point in the creature's story Shelley is establishing his innate nature is good. Page 39: As I get to another difference between Iliad and Odyssey, I begin to wonder. Why does Victory hesitate to make a creature like man? Page 70: Is any one confused about Hercules? Friday, August 11, 2006 More Answers provides some excellent information that can help you with your understanding and annotating of the novel. He also finds peace of mind in nature and admires beauty. Read very detailed answer to this question.
Chapters 1 and 2 Most of the study guide questions for these chapters require comprehension only, so I will only focus on a couple. It's a trick; get out!!! First, it is a bit of situational irony that from all those beautiful features carefully selected by Victor we get a grotesque being you could make many interpretive comments on this turn of events- please share. Frankenstein eventually changes his mind when he sees that many if these new chemists' findings made sense. Working with Media Mentors: examining the Sundial! The actions that result in his downfall and death are intended for good, but he does not clearly consider or understand their true consequences; e. Well, aren't you asking questions? This scene and Victor's reaction are characteristically romantic: the mountains bring to mind memories of boyhood pleasures, while the winds soothe and make him feel spiritual.
Nov 17 Due: My Choice Tear-offs Whole Group Reading Ch. The how is simple, as you read jot down your thoughts, questions, and comments about the reading. It sets the stage for some many catastrophe's, and really speaks to Victor's tragic flaw! Students-Remember to post comments, questions, answers, and additions. I will check your current Works Consulted page while you take your assessment. Will take his own life for it to be created. If you read the story of Hercules, you will see that there are two sides to this one man and one of them is very different from the Disney version I truly encourage you to read his chapter.
The goal is to discover what the author's purpose is and how he or she achieves that purpose. Walton's letters indicate a belief that humankind via science can and will ultimately conquer nature, contrary to the romantic belief that Nature was ultimately unknowable and unconquerable. I encourage you to read more than the assigned pages and learn more about this character. Hermes reveals to Prometheus the form his torture will take. Nature cannot be predicted or controlled, and emotions are our driving force. I did have take a break at this point; I was beginning to feel a little car sick. Wednesday, August 16, 2006 Frankenstein Continues.
Do not just skip words that are unfamiliar to you. I William's murder because he created the monster. He thinks and feels intensely; c. This is all about reflecting and learning for future practice exams. At this point I want to remind you to practice looking at diction word choice and how it impacts your reading and images.
By becoming immersed completely, some would say obsessively,in this mission towards discovery he lost himself and ended up sabotaging his life. While Walton's letters do not instill a sense of suspense, they do lead us to conclusions. Why does Justine falsely confess to the crime? You will also be required to answer an essay question. Remember, the second seminar is next Thursday, Nov. You can either remain unnamed or named, just let me know.
Victor favors science above all other disciplines because of it's logic and order. Page 90 and much of this myth - is a great example of imagery and showing not telling writing. Page 117- you can not miss the tone of the first paragraph. There are other excerpts, but these will give you a feel for what the multiple choice section will be like. Where did the creature go? The answer to the first part of this question is more comprehension, but I address it here because I don't want you to miss this important romantic characteristic. What does that reveal about his character? To my students: I posed several questions in this entry; I will give you points for posting your own comments and emailing them to me.
Can you make any connections between Nereus and Santiago? Some of the questions may give you annotation ideas as well. Does you see anything wrong with this logic? Look at the vocabulary at the beginning of each section of the study guide. It is showing more and more the great gap between those that know what they are doing and those that do not, so this session Monday will be very helpful. There are many more comments and ideas that can be expressed so please send them my way. Structurally the passage serves to introduce the conflict, establish the theme, emphasize the dramatic irony, foreshadow the main plot, or reevaluate the main character? He is concerned with the individual, focusing on his subjective experiences.