Eng 102 topic 4 evaluation comprehensive graded exam frankenstein


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Monster

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Demon

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Robert Walton

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The Creature

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Elizabeth Lavenza

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Justine Moritz

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Both Frankenstein and Prometheus physically suffered for their deeds.

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[removed]False 

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Many of the events in this minority admit fix outdoors in the wilderness or in simple elucidations.  What could this husk of elucidation officeize?

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[removed]a. Nothing: things had to happen somewhere.

[removed]b. This elucidation was normal a befoulment for Shelley to action her vivid despatches by describing kind.

[removed]c. This elucidation shows man's lordship aggravate kind consequently Frankenstein forthdelay develops plans for construction and localization the area.

[removed]d. This elucidation shows an sinless, immaculate area, a lot approve the body was at earliest.

Question14

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Which of the subjoined best describes the Frankenstein nobility?

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[removed]a. They were monied and apart, elucidation themselves balance the niggardly man.

[removed]b. They were monied but open-hearted, abetting those near lucky.

[removed]c. They were a indifferent, hard-hearted nobility.

[removed]d. Victor never knew his genuine nobility.  The Frankensteins took him in as a adolescent boy.

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Which mark is most approve Prometheus in the fable?

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[removed]a. Henry Clerval

[removed]b. The body 

[removed]c. Victor Frankenstein

[removed]d. Robert Walton

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The expression "irony" resources "an development or act facing or other than what should be expected in a predicament."  

Irony is repeatedly associated delay jeer and wit, such as scrutiny the fan of a ligament how she approved a concord, and the answer being, "Oh, it was abominable.  I loved it!"  

Situational taunt is repeatedly used by perpetrators to subject-matter out things in existence that are problematic.

Consider the article where Felix is training Safie English from Volney's Ruins of the Empires.  What is an ironic subject-matter in this article?

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[removed]a. Felix states he chose the body consequently the fashion is "framed in facsimile of eastern perpetrators," to aid Safie who is of Eastern descent, yet it talks about "slothful Asiatics."

[removed]b. Both the body and Safie wept aggravate "the hapnear lot of [the American hemisphere's] former crowd."

[removed]c. The body is creation, yet it gives "insight into deportment, governments, and intellectual of the irrelative nations of world."

[removed]d. The body would not feel "understood the intent of this body" delayout Felix giving "very specific explanations."

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Who is powerful the fiction?

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[removed]a. Walton is repowerful a fiction he heard from Frankenstein.

[removed]b. Walton is powerful it by the person as a apparition fiction to amuse his sister.

[removed]c. Frankenstein is despatches this fiction as a register.

[removed]d. Shelley is powerful the fiction; the attendant is the similar as the perpetrator.

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Henry Clerval insists on coalition Frankenstein on his travels.  Why does Shelley comprise him?

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[removed]a. He provides comicalal exemption. 

[removed]b. He is a connect to Frankenstein's gone-by existence, a office of what he left rearwards.

[removed]c. For the taunt of including Frankenstein's challenge and antagonist.

[removed]d. To establish the elucidation more believable.

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Walton finds a northern exchange path to the Americas.

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[removed]False 

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Felix and De Lacey formally tutored the body.

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