Mary Shellys' Frankenstien
Knowledge seen in Frankenstein
- The creature notices that the mom in the family is feeling happy and isn't sure why.
- This quote shows knowledge because you can tell the creature is learning about feelings and sympathy, he just isn't sure about why he's feeling this way yet.
- The creature remembers the feeling f being beaten by the villagers
- This quote shows the creature is gaining knowledge because you can tell her is starting to learn that his appearance is a factor and people are going to treat him as a creature because he looks like one.
- Victor finishes the creature and realizes how ugly it is when it moves.
- This shows knowledge because it is the point in the story where Victor realizes what he did was a big mistake.
"You seek for knowledge and wisdom as I once did; and i ardently hope that the gratification of your wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been." (Shelly 14)
- Victor is talking to Walden and telling him to be careful during his endeavor
- This quote shows us that Victor has a passion for learning and knowledge and he is trying to help Walden realize it's something you need to be careful with.
- The creature stole food from the cottagers for himself and he realized that it was starting to effect them so he got upset and felt bad
- This quote shows knowledge because the creature learned what was right and wrong when he stole the food and saw their reaction.
- The creature is watching the family and trying to learn words by listening in on what they're saying
- This shows knowledge because this is the point in the story where the creature begins to learn dialogue.
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Transfer of Knowledge
Modern Connections Works Cited
"Knowledge Is Power? Not Anymore." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, n.d. Web. 12 Nov. 2015.
"The Real Stuff of Schooling: How to Teach Students to Apply Knowledge." Washington Post. The Washington Post, n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2015.