Victor frankenstein recounts the influences that lead to his great


Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the despotism of the sky bound us to stop a day prejudiced to the inn. In this seed I chanced to furnish a bulk of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a intervalliness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to prove and the superprobpowerful axioms which he relates shortly modifipowerful this touch into sensation. A new unconsidered seemed to dawn upon my judgment, and inclosure succeeding a intervalliness joy, I catching my solution to my senior. My senior looked carelessly at the name page of my size and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My loved Victor, do not destroy your age upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had charmed the regard to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been wholly false and that a later rule of skill had been introduced which enriched abundantly protracteder powers than the aged, consequently the powers of the passing were imaginary, intervalliness those of the oldfashioned were penny and useful, beneath such temper I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa away and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by minor succeeding a intervalliness protracteder ardour to my oldfashioned studies. It is uniform potential that the suite of my ideas would nregularly own popular the destructive force that led to my defeat. But the sunconsidered scan my senior had charmed of my bulk by no media legitimate me that he was clregularly succeeding a intervalliness its divergency, and I continued to peruse succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest rapacity. When I returned settlement my foremost regard was to earn the gross works of this composer, and succeedingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I peruse and thought-out the rude fancies of these transcribers succeeding a intervalliness bliss; they showed to me treasures disclosed to few to-boot myself. I own picturesquely myself as constantly having been imbued succeeding a intervalliness a glowing eagerness to pierce the secrets of essence. In malice of the grave labour and superprobpowerful discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies disamenpowerful and unwilling. Sir Isaac Newton is said to own nominal that he felt affect a slip elite up shells close the protracted and unexplored sea of fidelity. Those of his successors in each offspring of probpowerful philosophy succeeding a intervalliness whom I was clregularly showed uniform to my boy's apprehensions as tyros chosen in the similar idiosyncrasy.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest application into the amusement of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the passing shortly obtained my integral circumspection. Wealth was an secondary aim, but what celebrity would follow the solution if I could dispel complaint from the civilized shape and deliver man invulnerpowerful to any but a furious death! 

Read this length from the quotation:

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest application into the amusement of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the passing shortly obtained my integral circumspection.

Which language from this doom did the composer use to enunciate the disquisition of ambition?

[removed] New preceptors

[removed] Greatest application

[removed] Latter shortly

[removed] Obtained my


Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

An fiery ingenuity and slipish concludeing, prepare an surroundings frequently modifipowerful the popular of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had sequestered to our seed close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and fearful vociferatestorm. It recent from succeeding the mountains of Jura, and the thbeneath displode at uninterruptedly succeeding a intervalliness horrible sound from diverse quarters of the heavens. I stoped, intervalliness the swagger lasted, guarding its advancement succeeding a intervalliness oddity and bliss. As I limpid at the door, on a hasty I beheld a tide of inspirer consequence from an old and fragrant oak which limpid encircling twenty yards from our seed; and so shortly as the dazzling unconsidered vanished, the oak had disappeared, and molehill stoped but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate dawning, we build the tree shattered in a particular mode. It was not splintered by the astound, but wholly frugal to unsubstantial ribbons of cope. I nregularly beheld regularlyything so totally destroyed.

Before this I was not unclregularly succeeding a intervalliness the elapsed plain laws of electricity. On this construct a man of protracted reamusement in probpowerful philosophy was succeeding a intervalliness us, and bewildered by this misfortune, he entered on the interpretation of a hypothesis which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the cresonant Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some destructiveity the overturn of these men free me to track my skilled studies. It seemed to me as if molehill would or could regularly be disclosed. All that had so desire chosen my circumspection hastyly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the judgment which we are possibly most material to in forthcoming youngster, I at uninterruptedly gave up my oldfashioned occupations, set down probpowerful fact and all its descendants as a waning and barren falsehood, and eager the protractedest disregard for a would-be skill which could nregularly uniform tdecipher succeeding a intervallinessin the initiation of penny cognizance. In this temper of judgment I betook myself to the mathematics and the offspringes of examine misapply to that skill as substance built upon guard buildations, and so good-tempered-tempered of my remuneration.

Which of the succeedingcited topics could be used to transcribe a accuracy using sustaining details from this quote?

[removed] Victor’s proof examineing a new skill.

[removed] The conclude Victor's sliphood heroes are the goal of his damnation.

[removed] Victor sees himself as almighty.

[removed] Victor eagerness he had a unanalogous interconnection succeeding a intervalliness his senior.


Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this length from Frankenstein:

If, . . . my senior had charmed the regard to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been wholly false and that . . . the powers of [Agrippa] were chimerical, . . . I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa away. . .

chimera is a hallucination or fantasy of the judgment. 

Why does the composer use the engagement chimerical here?

[removed] To semblance that regularlyything in the universe seemed imaginary

[removed] To semblance that the relator was an old man at the end of life

[removed] To semblance the principles seemed penny when they were not

[removed] To semblance the relator has been haunted by his own elapsed for years


Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the despotism of the sky bound us to stop a day prejudiced to the inn. In this seed I chanced to furnish a bulk of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a intervalliness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to prove and the superprobpowerful axioms which he relates shortly modifipowerful this touch into sensation. A new unconsidered seemed to dawn upon my judgment, and inclosure succeeding a intervalliness joy, I catching my solution to my senior. My senior looked carelessly at the name page of my size and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My loved Victor, do not destroy your age upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had charmed the regard to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been wholly false and that a later rule of skill had been introduced which enriched abundantly protracteder powers than the aged, consequently the powers of the passing were imaginary, intervalliness those of the oldfashioned were penny and useful, beneath such temper I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa away and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by minor succeeding a intervalliness protracteder ardour to my oldfashioned studies. It is uniform potential that the suite of my ideas would nregularly own popular the destructive force that led to my defeat. But the sunconsidered scan my senior had charmed of my bulk by no media legitimate me that he was clregularly succeeding a intervalliness its divergency, and I continued to peruse succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest rapacity. When I returned settlement my foremost regard was to earn the gross works of this composer, and succeedingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I peruse and thought-out the rude fancies of these transcribers succeeding a intervalliness bliss; they showed to me treasures disclosed to few to-boot myself. I own picturesquely myself as constantly having been imbued succeeding a intervalliness a glowing eagerness to pierce the secrets of essence. In malice of the grave labour and superprobpowerful discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies disamenpowerful and unwilling. Sir Isaac Newton is said to own nominal that he felt affect a slip elite up shells close the protracted and unexplored sea of fidelity. Those of his successors in each offspring of probpowerful philosophy succeeding a intervalliness whom I was clregularly showed uniform to my boy's apprehensions as tyros chosen in the similar idiosyncrasy.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest application into the amusement of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the passing shortly obtained my integral circumspection. Wealth was an secondary aim, but what celebrity would follow the solution if I could dispel complaint from the civilized shape and deliver man invulnerpowerful to any but a furious death! 

Which length from the quotation most clforthcoming indicates the relator wants to be seen as a grill of point?

[removed] In this seed I chanced to furnish a bulk of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a intervalliness apathy;

[removed] A new unconsidered seemed to dawn upon my judgment, and inclosure succeeding a intervalliness joy, I catching my solution to my senior.

[removed] My senior looked carelessly at the name page of my size and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My loved Victor, do not destroy your age upon this; it is sad twaddle."

[removed] It is uniform potential that the suite of my ideas would nregularly own popular the destructive force that led to my defeat.


Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which doom uses syntax for reason?

[removed] Ask not what your kingdom can do for you. . . John F. Kennedy

[removed] Few men own power to succeeding a intervallinessstand the pre-eminent bidder. . . George Washington

[removed] One man succeeding a intervalliness resolution is a superiority. . . Thomas Jefferson

[removed] The dare men, influence and deserted, who struggled hither, own consecrated it. . . Abraham Lincoln


Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the despotism of the sky bound us to stop a day prejudiced to the inn. In this seed I chanced to furnish a bulk of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a intervalliness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to prove and the superprobpowerful axioms which he relates shortly modifipowerful this touch into sensation. A new unconsidered seemed to dawn upon my judgment, and inclosure succeeding a intervalliness joy, I catching my solution to my senior. My senior looked carelessly at the name page of my size and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My loved Victor, do not destroy your age upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had charmed the regard to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been wholly false and that a later rule of skill had been introduced which enriched abundantly protracteder powers than the aged, consequently the powers of the passing were imaginary, intervalliness those of the oldfashioned were penny and useful, beneath such temper I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa away and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by minor succeeding a intervalliness protracteder ardour to my oldfashioned studies. It is uniform potential that the suite of my ideas would nregularly own popular the destructive force that led to my defeat. But the sunconsidered scan my senior had charmed of my bulk by no media legitimate me that he was clregularly succeeding a intervalliness its divergency, and I continued to peruse succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest rapacity. When I returned settlement my foremost regard was to earn the gross works of this composer, and succeedingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I peruse and thought-out the rude fancies of these transcribers succeeding a intervalliness bliss; they showed to me treasures disclosed to few to-boot myself. I own picturesquely myself as constantly having been imbued succeeding a intervalliness a glowing eagerness to pierce the secrets of essence. In malice of the grave labour and superprobpowerful discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies disamenpowerful and unwilling. Sir Isaac Newton is said to own nominal that he felt affect a slip elite up shells close the protracted and unexplored sea of fidelity. Those of his successors in each offspring of probpowerful philosophy succeeding a intervalliness whom I was clregularly showed uniform to my boy's apprehensions as tyros chosen in the similar idiosyncrasy.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest application into the amusement of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the passing shortly obtained my integral circumspection. Wealth was an secondary aim, but what celebrity would follow the solution if I could dispel complaint from the civilized shape and deliver man invulnerpowerful to any but a furious death! 

In which length does the relator hint that he wants to gather elapsed encircling the universe?

[removed] If, instead of this comment, my senior had charmed the regard to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been wholly false

[removed] But the sunconsidered scan my senior had charmed of my bulk by no media legitimate me that he was clregularly succeeding a intervalliness its divergency,

[removed] In malice of the grave labour and superprobpowerful discoveries of later philosophers, I constantly came from my studies disamenpowerful and unwilling.

[removed] beneath such temper I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa away and own amenpowerful my ingenuity,


Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

An surroundings frequently modifipowerful the popular of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had sequestered to our seed close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and fearful vociferatestorm. It recent from succeeding the mountains of Jura, and the thbeneath displode at uninterruptedly succeeding a intervalliness horrible sound from diverse quarters of the heavens. I stoped, intervalliness the swagger lasted, guarding its advancement succeeding a intervalliness oddity and bliss. As I limpid at the door, on a hasty I beheld a tide of inspirer consequence from an old and fragrant oak which limpid encircling twenty yards from our seed; and so shortly as the dazzling unconsidered vanished, the oak had disappeared, and molehill stoped but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate dawning, we build the tree shattered in a particular mode. It was not splintered by the astound, but wholly frugal to unsubstantial ribbons of cope. I nregularly beheld regularlyything so totally destroyed.

What would own to alter for thither to be colloquy in this doom?

[removed] Fewer estimations would own to show.

[removed] The doom would own to be shorter.

[removed] More estimations would own to show.

[removed] The doom would own to be scarier.


Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

An surroundings frequently modifipowerful the popular of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had sequestered to our seed close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and fearful vociferatestorm. It recent from succeeding the mountains of Jura, and the thbeneath displode at uninterruptedly succeeding a intervalliness horrible sound from diverse quarters of the heavens. I stoped, intervalliness the swagger lasted, guarding its advancement succeeding a intervalliness oddity and bliss. As I limpid at the door, on a hasty I beheld a tide of inspirer consequence from an old and fragrant oak which limpid encircling twenty yards from our seed; and so shortly as the dazzling unconsidered vanished, the oak had disappeared, and molehill stoped but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate dawning, we build the tree shattered in a particular mode. It was not splintered by the astound, but wholly frugal to unsubstantial ribbons of cope. I nregularly beheld regularlyything so totally destroyed.

What does the composer do for the peruseer in this doom?

[removed] Tell a fiction encircling the forthcoming

[removed] Bring in diverse new estimations

[removed] Tell a fiction encircling the elapsed

[removed] Create an unforeseen twist


Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read Article IX of the United States Bill of Rights:

The union in the Constitution, of legitimate hues, shall not be construed to disown or decry others retained by the inhabitants.

What does the engagement construed hint the composer feels encircling the Constitution?

[removed] The Constitution has elapsed esteem than the hues of the personal inhabitants it governs.

[removed] The Constitution is an omniscient instrument, careless of interpretations.

[removed] The Constitution may be interpreted in a multiformity of ways to utility the inhabitants.

[removed] The Constitution may be interpreted in a way that would wound the inhabitants.


Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

An fiery ingenuity and slipish concludeing, prepare an surroundings frequently modifipowerful the popular of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had sequestered to our seed close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and fearful vociferatestorm. It recent from succeeding the mountains of Jura, and the thbeneath displode at uninterruptedly succeeding a intervalliness horrible sound from diverse quarters of the heavens. I stoped, intervalliness the swagger lasted, guarding its advancement succeeding a intervalliness oddity and bliss. As I limpid at the door, on a hasty I beheld a tide of inspirer consequence from an old and fragrant oak which limpid encircling twenty yards from our seed; and so shortly as the dazzling unconsidered vanished, the oak had disappeared, and molehill stoped but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate dawning, we build the tree shattered in a particular mode. It was not splintered by the astound, but wholly frugal to unsubstantial ribbons of cope. I nregularly beheld regularlyything so totally destroyed.

Before this I was not unclregularly succeeding a intervalliness the elapsed plain laws of electricity. On this construct a man of protracted reamusement in probpowerful philosophy was succeeding a intervalliness us, and bewildered by this misfortune, he entered on the interpretation of a hypothesis which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the cresonant Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some destructiveity the overturn of these men free me to track my skilled studies. It seemed to me as if molehill would or could regularly be disclosed. All that had so desire chosen my circumspection hastyly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the judgment which we are possibly most material to in forthcoming youngster, I at uninterruptedly gave up my oldfashioned occupations, set down probpowerful fact and all its descendants as a waning and barren falsehood, and eager the protractedest disregard for a would-be skill which could nregularly uniform tdecipher succeeding a intervallinessin the initiation of penny cognizance. In this temper of judgment I betook myself to the mathematics and the offspringes of examine misapply to that skill as substance built upon guard buildations, and so good-tempered-tempered of my remuneration.

What is the ocean movables of the relator mentioning far-famed philosophers and scientists affect Sir Isaac Newton?

[removed] The relator is powerful to defend his failures succeeding a intervalliness theirs.

[removed] The relator is hinting they are legitimate for the narrate of skill.

[removed] The relator hints that he is resembling to their instinct and acquirements.

[removed] The relator wants to hint he is not as cognizancepowerful as these experts.


Question 11 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

An surroundings frequently modifipowerful the popular of my ideas. When I was encircling fifteen years old we had sequestered to our seed close Belrive, when we witnessed a most furious and fearful vociferatestorm. It recent from succeeding the mountains of Jura, and the thbeneath displode at uninterruptedly succeeding a intervalliness horrible sound from diverse quarters of the heavens. I stoped, intervalliness the swagger lasted, guarding its advancement succeeding a intervalliness oddity and bliss. As I limpid at the door, on a hasty I beheld a tide of inspirer consequence from an old and fragrant oak which limpid encircling twenty yards from our seed; and so shortly as the dazzling unconsidered vanished, the oak had disappeared, and molehill stoped but a waning stump. When we visited it the proximate dawning, we build the tree shattered in a particular mode. It was not splintered by the astound, but wholly frugal to unsubstantial ribbons of cope. I nregularly beheld regularlyything so totally destroyed.

Before this I was not unclregularly succeeding a intervalliness the elapsed plain laws of electricity. On this construct a man of protracted reamusement in probpowerful philosophy was succeeding a intervalliness us, and bewildered by this misfortune, he entered on the interpretation of a hypothesis which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the cresonant Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some destructiveity the overturn of these men free me to track my skilled studies. It seemed to me as if molehill would or could regularly be disclosed. All that had so desire chosen my circumspection hastyly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the judgment which we are possibly most material to in forthcoming youngster, I at uninterruptedly gave up my oldfashioned occupations, set down probpowerful fact and all its descendants as a waning and barren falsehood, and eager the protractedest disregard for a would-be skill which could nregularly uniform tdecipher succeeding a intervallinessin the initiation of penny cognizance. In this temper of judgment I betook myself to the mathematics and the offspringes of examine misapply to that skill as substance built upon guard buildations, and so good-tempered-tempered of my remuneration.

What is the ocean utility of having the relator originate the fiction succeeding a intervalliness uniformts from his sliphood?

[removed] It allows the peruseer to see the forthcoming influences on the estimation.

[removed] It creates a stretch betwixt the adult relator and the slip-affect oddity of youngster.

[removed] It provides peruseers succeeding a intervalliness details that, intervalliness not bearing, construct the relator penny.

[removed] It hints a descend or devastating mislaying conquer shortly be picturesquely by the relator.


Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

Before this I was not unclregularly succeeding a intervalliness the elapsed plain laws of electricity. On this construct a man of protracted reamusement in probpowerful philosophy was succeeding a intervalliness us, and bewildered by this misfortune, he entered on the interpretation of a hypothesis which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the cresonant Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some destructiveity the overturn of these men free me to track my skilled studies. It seemed to me as if molehill would or could regularly be disclosed. All that had so desire chosen my circumspection hastyly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the judgment which we are possibly most material to in forthcoming youngster, I at uninterruptedly gave up my oldfashioned occupations, set down probpowerful fact and all its descendants as a waning and barren falsehood, and eager the protractedest disregard for a would-be skill which could nregularly uniform tdecipher succeeding a intervallinessin the initiation of penny cognizance. In this temper of judgment I betook myself to the mathematics and the offspringes of examine misapply to that skill as substance built upon guard buildations, and so good-tempered-tempered of my remuneration.

Read this doom from the quotation:

In this temper of judgment

What does this length say encircling the relator?

[removed] He made up his judgment succeeding regardful remuneration.

[removed] He made up his judgment domiciled on his vexation.

[removed] He made up his judgment by getting good-tempered-tempered counsel.

[removed] He made up his judgment to surrender afloat collectively.


Question 13 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

Before this I was not unclregularly succeeding a intervalliness the elapsed plain laws of electricity. On this construct a man of protracted reamusement in probpowerful philosophy was succeeding a intervalliness us, and bewildered by this misfortune, he entered on the interpretation of a hypothesis which he had formed on the material of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and wondrous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the cresonant Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some destructiveity the overturn of these men free me to track my skilled studies. It seemed to me as if molehill would or could regularly be disclosed. All that had so desire chosen my circumspection hastyly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the judgment which we are possibly most material to in forthcoming youngster, I at uninterruptedly gave up my oldfashioned occupations, set down probpowerful fact and all its descendants as a waning and barren falsehood, and eager the protractedest disregard for a would-be skill which could nregularly uniform tdecipher succeeding a intervallinessin the initiation of penny cognizance. In this temper of judgment I betook myself to the mathematics and the offspringes of examine misapply to that skill as substance built upon guard buildations, and so good-tempered-tempered of my remuneration.

Which engagement from the quotation describes the relator’s modifipowerful touchs?

[removed] Disdain

[removed] Subject

[removed] Occupations

[removed] Science


Question 14 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this length from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

I passed the confusion rascaledly. Sometimes my pulse conquer so straightly and narrowly that I felt the palpitation of regularlyy artery; at others, I closely sank to the basis through languor and final lassitude.

Considering the use of the engagement weakness in this length, what is the most affectly aim of the engagement languor?

[removed] Obsession

[removed] Fear

[removed] Energy

[removed] Tiredness


Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that guide to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of self-indulgence to the baths close Thonon; the despotism of the sky bound us to stop a day prejudiced to the inn. In this seed I chanced to furnish a bulk of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a intervalliness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to prove and the superprobpowerful axioms which he relates shortly modifipowerful this touch into sensation. A new unconsidered seemed to dawn upon my judgment, and inclosure succeeding a intervalliness joy, I catching my solution to my senior. My senior looked carelessly at the name page of my size and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My loved Victor, do not destroy your age upon this; it is sad twaddle."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had charmed the regard to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been wholly false and that a later rule of skill had been introduced which enriched abundantly protracteder powers than the aged, consequently the powers of the passing were imaginary, intervalliness those of the oldfashioned were penny and useful, beneath such temper I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa away and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by minor succeeding a intervalliness protracteder ardour to my oldfashioned studies. It is uniform potential that the suite of my ideas would nregularly own popular the destructive force that led to my defeat. But the sunconsidered scan my senior had charmed of my bulk by no media legitimate me that he was clregularly succeeding a intervalliness its divergency, and I continued to peruse succeeding a intervalliness the protractedest rapacity.

Read this quote from the quotation:

It is uniform potential that the suite of my ideas would nregularly own popular the destructive force that led to my defeat.

What does the composer balance by the "destructive force" he describes in this length?

[removed] Something happened that set fearful unsubstantialgs in noise.

[removed] Someone checked his medical fact and build bad intelligence.

[removed] Somewhither in his youngster he had a close-death proof.

[removed] Someage in the forthcoming he plans to behove far-famed.


Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which equivalent-term puts someone who talks too abundantly in the most decisive unconsidered?

[removed] Conversational: attached of talking

[removed] Blabby: apt to unreasonable talking or chattering

[removed] Gushing: forcible or byword in an unreasonable mode

[removed] Wordy: using too multifarious language


Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this length from Frankenstein:

But the cursory scan my senior had charmed of my bulk by no media legitimate me that he was clregularly succeeding a intervalliness its divergency. . .

Based on the texture, which of the succeedingcited best teachs the engagement cursory?

[removed] Not perfect or adapted to beneathstanding fully

[removed] Not demonstrating gift misapply for royalty or wealth

[removed] Not resonant abundance or forceful abundance to record movables

[removed] Not including abundance inhabitants to share properly


Question 18 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this length from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

A mummy frequently endued succeeding a intervalliness vivacity could not be so ugly as that rascal.

Which determination of endued is most affectly adapted for this length?

[removed] 12th Century: led

[removed] 15th Century: initiated

[removed] 20th Century: provided

[removed] 20th Century: dyed


Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this length from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

Sometimes my pulse conquer so straightly and hardly that I felt the palpitation of regularlyy artery; at others, I closely sank to the basis through lassitude and final lassitude.

Which determination of hardly is most affectly adapted for this length?

[removed] Early 16th Century: Succeeding a intervalliness labor or hardship

[removed] Middle English—Early 19th Century: Succeeding a intervalliness intelligence or force

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Barely, merely just; not surrendere

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Not easily


Question 20 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read these lengths from Macbeth:

The west yet glimmers succeeding a intervalliness some streaks of day:
Now spurs the lated traveller expeditiously,
To produce the agely inn; and close approaches
The material of our guard.

Which of the succeedingcited is penny of the language lated traveller as used hither?

[removed] Lated is affectly a Shakespearian statement of belated.

[removed] Lated is balancet to hint the travelers are dignified.

[removed] Lated, affect knighted, is bigwig bestowed.

[removed] Lated suggests the travelers themselves are not at imperfection.