Frankenstein Final Assessment
by Samuel Pivirotto
Quote 1 Chapter 5, Page 42
This quote is when Victor has first brought his creature to life. He is horrified at the site of the monstrosity that he created. This was the most important time for Victor to be responsible and snuff the life he had just created, yet he instead ran away.
Quote 2 Chapter 5, Page 46
This quote is very important because it shows that Victor not only took no responsibility for the creature, he rejoiced when he had learned that it ran away. He was afraid of what Henry would think if he had found out that he had created a monster instead of getting him to help find him and destroy him.
Quote 4 Chapter 10, Page 80
He thinks that he shouldn't have given his creation life because he did it in an improper manner. He wishes that he had never gave life to his creation. He hasn't fully accepted that the deaths are all his fault.
Quote 5 Chapter 17, Page 124
Victor is responsible for creating one murderous monster and he had decided to not create another. He knows that the monster will continue its rampage on his loved ones but he still refuses the monster.
Quote 6 Chapter 23, Page 176
Victor is feeling responsible for all of his friends deaths. He knows that his creation had caused all of this death and destruction. He blames only himself for their deaths and is now responsible to deal with his creation.