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Frankenstein - Mary Shelley (1818) friends Alphose Funkeaskin Ernest Frankenstein -6 years younger than Victor William Frankenstein + -the youngest - first to be murdered Justine Maritzt -Frankenstein Pamily house reept -executed for a murder she didn't commil -mistrewed by her mother maried father brothers brothers kits Caroline Frankenstein -born Beaufort -dies from the Scarlet fever mother paces locket in packet creates Englisch care for each other gives scarlet feur -protagonist geeks friendship. watches Victor Frankensteint Elizabeth Laventat asks for female companion to Monstert married tells his story to -very beautiful adopted by Frankenstein family orphaned) - nurturing. F Passin best friends tells the cottagers spurn De Lacey Family kills discourages oncourse -blind father, son Felix, daughtes Agatha, fiancée Safe - respected Pariian family who ruks then wexth to help Safle's father who then beliays become poar -2430 know them 25 Contagus - mangler performs good deeds for them Robot Wation AD -Auctile explorer -lonely, identic Henry Clerval+ -kind, gentle -interested in humanities rather than science yes M. Krempe writes lerreas to -cranky, unpleasant -professor of hatural philosophy Kills Margaret Saville M. Waldman -Kind, Sympathic - professor of chemistry The different narrators Letter I-letter IV: Robert Walton (letters to his sister) Chapter 1 - chapter X: Victor Frankenstein Chapter XI - chapter XV the creature Chapter XVI - chapter XXII: Frankenstein Chapter XXIV: Frankenstein & Walton (letters to his sister) Summary of the Book Introduction The novel "Frankenstein" or "The Modern Prometheus" that was written by Mary Shelley and first published in the year of 1818, is about Victor Frankenstein. He is a very intelligent person who is interested in science and will later create the so called "monster", which he creates out of dead body parts. Amongst others it is about the ethnics...

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of science and on how to deal with loneliness. Letters The novel begins with Robert Walton's letters to his sister Margaret Saville. Walton is a sea captain and a failed poet. He travels to the North Pole in search of glory, hoping to make geographical and scientific discoveries. On his voyage, he discovers what looks like a giant speeding by on a sled Shortly after his ship passes a frozen man floating on a sheet of ice. The crew rescues the stranger, who turns out to be Victor Frankenstein Walton is impressed by his wisdom and cultivation They talk and Walton declares that he would sacrifice his own life for a greater good and for lasting fame. Frankenstein then begins his own story as a warning against the danger of such a philosophy of life. Chapter The first chapter is about the introduction of the main characters and the dynamics between them. The chapter begins with Victor Frankenstein and how he describes his early childhood, that he is born in Naples but his parents have lived in multiple countries over the years like Germany or also in France. In Italy they adopted Elizabeth, this time Victor is only a few years old She is still an infant at that time, raised in a poor family with four other children. Her father is a Milanese nobleman, but held captive after committing a crime. Her mother has died while giving birth to her. From this point on Elizabeth is officially a part of the Frankenstein family. Victor sees from the beginning more in her than just his adopted sister, a deeper love than what is considered as normal Chapter 2 Around the age of seven, Victor's younger brother William is born. At the age of 13, Victor discovers the works of Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, and Albertus Magnus, all alchemists from an earlier time period Chapter 3 Victor has obtained the age of 17 and is likely to leave for his studies to the University of Ingolstadt, but has to delay his departure due to distasteful events. After his parents decided for Victor to take upon his studies at the University of Ingolstadt, his journey to his destination had to be delayed, since Elizabeth suffered from scarlet fever. She recovered from it, but her mother Caroline Beaufort Frankenstein died Victor then departs to Ingolstadt. At the university Victor meets his professors, they lead him to the modern researches of natural philosophy. Chapter 4 This Chapter begins by displaying Victors dedication for his studies in science. He excels at the university and makes friends with one of his professors. He focuses on natural philosophies and wants to figure out the secrets of life. Pursuing this, he soon starts to search for his answers in the phenomenon that is death. Soon he reached the limits he had when studying at the university. In consequence he left and continued his studies on his own thus overcoming this difficulty. He does not stop his research until he unravels the secrets he desires. Now being capable of animating inanimate objects, he begins to build a human body in his apartment by gathering parts from all kinds of sources two of which being graveyards and slaughterhouses. During his works his physical and mental conditions worsen rapidly. Chapter 5 Victor finally finishes his creation. As soon as it comes to life Victor is immediately horrified by its appearance. Without hesitating Victor runs to his bed where he falls asleep, dreaming about Elizabeth and his creation. After waking up he finds the monster smiling at Victor, which causes him to run out of his residence and down the streets of Ingolstadt. Not returning for the whole night Victor meets his friend Henry Clerval in the morning, which he is glad to see. Henry wants to study at the university of Ingolstadt and also has the urge to visit his beloved friend after he and Victors family did not hear anything from him in months. After a quick talk Victor brings Henry to his residence where he fears that his monster will still be there. Confirming that the monster is not there anymore Victor is happy but shortly after falls to bed and stays ill for the next few months. Henry nurses Victor for the time. Chapter 6 He receives a letter from Elizabeth with a lot of news about the family. He introduces Henry to the professors at the university and they both start studying there. Victor wants to return home. Henry and Victor also go for a hike in nature and Victor slowly recovers in the presence of his friend Chapter 7 This chapter is about Williams death. Coming home, Victor finds a letter from his father telling him to come home as fast as possible as his youngest brother died It further explains how the family was on a walk, when William and Ernest went to play hide and seek, but William could not be found Later on they discovered his strangled body. Victor departs immediately, but when he arrives at his town the doors are shut and he has to spend the night outside walking around It is then that he catches a glimpse at the monster and is convinced it is the murderer on the spot. At home he finds out that Justine is being accused for the murder, since a necklace that William wore was found in her possession. Victor knows she is innocent but decides not to tell anybody about the monster, fearing they will think he is crazy. Chapter 8 Justine finally confesses the murder, even though she is innocent. She gets executed and Victor feels guilty about it, because his monster was the one who did it and therefore Victor caused two deaths in his own family. Chapter 9 After Justines death Victor becomes depressed and even considers taking his own life, but his family manages to distract him from his thoughts for a while. They take a trip to Belrive where Victor explores nature, as it means a lot to him and had cheered him up several times. He is briefly distracted from his grief over Justines death but cannot quite get rid of sad thoughts. Chapter 10 Victor wakes up and finds old feelings of hopelessness resurface.When he reaches the glacier at the top, he is mor tarily stunned by the sublime spectacleHowever, as he crosses the opposite side of the glacier, he sees a creature rushing towards him at incredible speedUp close, he clearly recognizes the grotesque monster shape.He launches threats of attack at the monster, whose enormous strength and speed him make it easy for Victor to escape. Victor curses him and tells him to go away, the monster, speaking eloquently, the persuades him to accompany a fire in an ice cavelnside the cave, the monster begins to tell about events in his life. Chapter II Sitting in the hut the monster starts to tell its fale: It first tells about his first experience and expressions as he awoke in Victors residence. It immediately flees into nature where it first experiences dark, hunger, thirst and other basic components of nature. It learns how to make fire and shortly after enters a hut in the morning. The man he sees shrieks and runs away, because he is scared of the monsters appearance. Chapter 12 This chapter starts with the monster reflecting its observations while watching the cottagers. The monster soon discovers that the cottagers sadness and troubles originated from them being poor and because of its deep sympathy towards them, it decides to help them out by chopping some wood and secretly giving it to them. It continues to watch their behavior and learn from them. One day, the monster sees its reflection in the water and is deeply shocked by its appearance. As it looks very different from the cottagers Agatha and Felix, whom it considers to be beautiful, it views itself as an 'ugly monster! The monster fantasizes about showing itself to the people who it was learning many important trades from like empathy or communicating verbally, but it is too scared to do so, as it fears their reaction towards its looks. Chapter 13 The monster encounters the arrival of Safie and the change of emotions shown in Felix' face. As the of Spring comes up, the cottagers work more in the garden and Safie, an Arabian girl, called very beautiful by the monster, arrives at the cottage, leading to a change in emotion of Felix The cottagers teach Safie their language, while the monster watches and also learns from the lessons. The more the monster watches the more attached it gets to the cottagers and becomes more self aware. Chapter 14 The monster discovers the backstory of his "friends" De Lacey, Agatha, Felix and Safie. As it turns out De Lacey and his children held a high status in France, they had money, friends and were respected members of Paris' society. This changed a while after Safies father, a Turkish merchant, was unjustly imprisoned due to racist and xenophobic judges. Following the promise of the merchant's daughter's hand in marriage Felix assisted him in fleeing from France which in the end resulted in De Lacey's, Agatha's and They proceeded to live in Germany and Safie joined them later on, disregarding the wishes of her father to stay with him Chapter 15 At the start of the chapter, the monster discovers some books in the woods surrounding the village. The Monsters findings contain works of Goethe and John Milton. The monster reads these books and thinks that they are based on history although they are fictional works. he monster decides to reveal itself to the cottagers and thinks about how to do it best. It comes to the conclusion to talk with the old DeLacey since he thinks he's the wisest person within the family. When Felix, Safie and Agatha go out for a walk, the monster reveals himself to the old DeLacey. At first the talk between the monster and DeLacey goes well but the the monster learns that the old DeLacey is blind and can't see him. The monster begs the old man to stand with him. Finally, Felix, his sister and Safie return from their walk and are shocked at the sight of the monster laying beside the old man's feet. Felix attacks him and the monster runs away from the cottage. Chapter 16 The rejection that the monster got makes it mad and it decides to get revenge on the humans. When it goes to Geneva, it sees a girl drowning in the water stream. The monster wants to help her, so it gets her out. Her accompany sees its rescue as an attack which leads him to shoot at the monster. As it nears Geneva, it sees William, the little brother of Victor Frankenstein. Its rage overcomes it, so the monster strangles the boy to death. It also takes the necklace with it that has a picture of Caroline Beaufort, the mother of William When it sees Justine, it puts the necklace into her pocket. It leads to the death sentence of Justine since people think that she is responsible for William's death. Chapter 17 Victor and the Monster are in a small hut on the Montanvert. The Monster threatens to end his life if he is not going to create a partner for him. He convinces Victor to once again redo the process and create life. Victor understands his intentions and agrees to his command Chapter 18 Victor desires to travel to England, even though his whole family is against it at first. He tells his father that he truly needs this journey to finds himself after his depression, but in reality his plan is to give his creation its will The will would be the creating of a companion for the monster, against its loneliness. Henry Clerval is eager to accompany his childhood friend on this tour. Victor on the other hand fears to maybe have to choose between Henry and fulfilling his mission. Then after destroying the harm that the monster could bring over Elizabeth, his plan is to marry her. Chapter 19 Victor Frankenstein and Henry Clerval travel together through England They visit Oxford as well as Edinburgh. Henry is enjoying himself, while Victor is always thinking about the real reason for the trip. He wants to finally complete his task of creating a new companion for his first creation. So he leaves Henry by a friend of his in a small scottish town, then travels up north on an island of the Orkneys. After being alone, he sets up everything to start his work His health gets worse just like the first time around, often even has problems to continue his work. Chapter 20 Victor decides to not create the second monster. The monster then threatens Victor to haunt him on his wedding night. Later, after Victor has thrown the corpse of the creation he has worked on into the sea, a storm pushes Victor's sailboat out to the sea. The local folk are holding him captive, thinking he committed the murder that had occurred earlier in their village. He is then sent to the local magistrate Mr. Kirwin to receive his sentence. Chapter 21 Victor is in Ireland and is introduced to the magistrate Mr.Kirwin. He is accused of murder since witnesses say that they saw Victor on the boat, throwing a corpse overboard and that they found the body on the beach. The judge wants Victor to look at the body so he can draw conclusion by Victor's reaction Victor realizes that the body belongs to Henry and recognizes black stains on his neck. As soon as he notices and realizes that the monster is responsible, he starts to collapse. After recovering for 2 months, Mr.Kirwin decides to write a letter to Victor's father Alphonse Frankenstein. The father supports him and Victor is freed since he was on Orkney Islands at the time of the murder. His father and him are now returning to Geneva Chapter 22 On their way home they make a stop in Paris before the rest of their trip to Geneva Victor receives a letter from Elizabeth where she asks him if Victor were in love with a different girl since he has been sick at lot of times. He replies with a letter in which he says that Elizabeth is his only source of joy in his life and that she does not have to worry. The thought of marriage frightens Victor because he knows the monster will be there and attack him which might lead to either his or the monsters death. As Victor and his father arrive in Geneva, Victor and Elizabeth finally meet again and everyone starts planing the wedding. After Elizabeth confronts Victor again about her suspicion he tells her that he has a secret which he will reveal after the marriage. At the wedding day, everything goes according to plan and the freshly married couple leave for their honeymoon Chapter 23 Victor and Elizabeth are on honeymoon and Victor worries about the monster and that Elizabeth could be in danger. He decides to search for it when she's sleeping While this Victor hears her screaming and realizes that the monster had just killed her, he gets the desire for revenge. After that he returns home to tell Alphonse the awful news. Because of the shock and grief about all the dead persons he loved, the father dies a few days later. Victor finally breaks his secret and tries to convince a magistrate in Geneva that an unnatural monster is responsible for the death of Elizabeth, but the magistrate does not believe him Victor resolves to devote the rest of his life to find and destroy the monster. Chapter 24 After Elizabeth's death Victor aims for revenge on the monster for killing his loved wifeHe begins his revenge by thinking of resolutions for his craving and comes to the decision of traveling all over the world to chase the monster so he can kill it. He was looking for clues to catch the monster and one night he even thinks he hears it and tries to come after it, but the monster escaped again Victor found out that the monster avoids seas and other kinds and with more time passing by, the monster left letters and clues for him so he got more frustrated and bitter.

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Frankenstein - Mary Shelley (1818) friends Alphose Funkeaskin Ernest Frankenstein -6 years younger than Victor William Frankenstein + -the youngest - first to be murdered Justine Maritzt -Frankenstein Pamily house reept -executed for a murder she didn't commil -mistrewed by her mother maried father brothers brothers kits Caroline Frankenstein -born Beaufort -dies from the Scarlet fever mother paces locket in packet creates Englisch care for each other gives scarlet feur -protagonist geeks friendship. watches Victor Frankensteint Elizabeth Laventat asks for female companion to Monstert married tells his story to -very beautiful adopted by Frankenstein family orphaned) - nurturing. F Passin best friends tells the cottagers spurn De Lacey Family kills discourages oncourse -blind father, son Felix, daughtes Agatha, fiancée Safe - respected Pariian family who ruks then wexth to help Safle's father who then beliays become poar -2430 know them 25 Contagus - mangler performs good deeds for them Robot Wation AD -Auctile explorer -lonely, identic Henry Clerval+ -kind, gentle -interested in humanities rather than science yes M. Krempe writes lerreas to -cranky, unpleasant -professor of hatural philosophy Kills Margaret Saville M. Waldman -Kind, Sympathic - professor of chemistry The different narrators Letter I-letter IV: Robert Walton (letters to his sister) Chapter 1 - chapter X: Victor Frankenstein Chapter XI - chapter XV the creature Chapter XVI - chapter XXII: Frankenstein Chapter XXIV: Frankenstein & Walton (letters to his sister) Summary of the Book Introduction The novel "Frankenstein" or "The Modern Prometheus" that was written by Mary Shelley and first published in the year of 1818, is about Victor Frankenstein. He is a very intelligent person who is interested in science and will later create the so called "monster", which he creates out of dead body parts. Amongst others it is about the ethnics...

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of science and on how to deal with loneliness. Letters The novel begins with Robert Walton's letters to his sister Margaret Saville. Walton is a sea captain and a failed poet. He travels to the North Pole in search of glory, hoping to make geographical and scientific discoveries. On his voyage, he discovers what looks like a giant speeding by on a sled Shortly after his ship passes a frozen man floating on a sheet of ice. The crew rescues the stranger, who turns out to be Victor Frankenstein Walton is impressed by his wisdom and cultivation They talk and Walton declares that he would sacrifice his own life for a greater good and for lasting fame. Frankenstein then begins his own story as a warning against the danger of such a philosophy of life. Chapter The first chapter is about the introduction of the main characters and the dynamics between them. The chapter begins with Victor Frankenstein and how he describes his early childhood, that he is born in Naples but his parents have lived in multiple countries over the years like Germany or also in France. In Italy they adopted Elizabeth, this time Victor is only a few years old She is still an infant at that time, raised in a poor family with four other children. Her father is a Milanese nobleman, but held captive after committing a crime. Her mother has died while giving birth to her. From this point on Elizabeth is officially a part of the Frankenstein family. Victor sees from the beginning more in her than just his adopted sister, a deeper love than what is considered as normal Chapter 2 Around the age of seven, Victor's younger brother William is born. At the age of 13, Victor discovers the works of Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, and Albertus Magnus, all alchemists from an earlier time period Chapter 3 Victor has obtained the age of 17 and is likely to leave for his studies to the University of Ingolstadt, but has to delay his departure due to distasteful events. After his parents decided for Victor to take upon his studies at the University of Ingolstadt, his journey to his destination had to be delayed, since Elizabeth suffered from scarlet fever. She recovered from it, but her mother Caroline Beaufort Frankenstein died Victor then departs to Ingolstadt. At the university Victor meets his professors, they lead him to the modern researches of natural philosophy. Chapter 4 This Chapter begins by displaying Victors dedication for his studies in science. He excels at the university and makes friends with one of his professors. He focuses on natural philosophies and wants to figure out the secrets of life. Pursuing this, he soon starts to search for his answers in the phenomenon that is death. Soon he reached the limits he had when studying at the university. In consequence he left and continued his studies on his own thus overcoming this difficulty. He does not stop his research until he unravels the secrets he desires. Now being capable of animating inanimate objects, he begins to build a human body in his apartment by gathering parts from all kinds of sources two of which being graveyards and slaughterhouses. During his works his physical and mental conditions worsen rapidly. Chapter 5 Victor finally finishes his creation. As soon as it comes to life Victor is immediately horrified by its appearance. Without hesitating Victor runs to his bed where he falls asleep, dreaming about Elizabeth and his creation. After waking up he finds the monster smiling at Victor, which causes him to run out of his residence and down the streets of Ingolstadt. Not returning for the whole night Victor meets his friend Henry Clerval in the morning, which he is glad to see. Henry wants to study at the university of Ingolstadt and also has the urge to visit his beloved friend after he and Victors family did not hear anything from him in months. After a quick talk Victor brings Henry to his residence where he fears that his monster will still be there. Confirming that the monster is not there anymore Victor is happy but shortly after falls to bed and stays ill for the next few months. Henry nurses Victor for the time. Chapter 6 He receives a letter from Elizabeth with a lot of news about the family. He introduces Henry to the professors at the university and they both start studying there. Victor wants to return home. Henry and Victor also go for a hike in nature and Victor slowly recovers in the presence of his friend Chapter 7 This chapter is about Williams death. Coming home, Victor finds a letter from his father telling him to come home as fast as possible as his youngest brother died It further explains how the family was on a walk, when William and Ernest went to play hide and seek, but William could not be found Later on they discovered his strangled body. Victor departs immediately, but when he arrives at his town the doors are shut and he has to spend the night outside walking around It is then that he catches a glimpse at the monster and is convinced it is the murderer on the spot. At home he finds out that Justine is being accused for the murder, since a necklace that William wore was found in her possession. Victor knows she is innocent but decides not to tell anybody about the monster, fearing they will think he is crazy. Chapter 8 Justine finally confesses the murder, even though she is innocent. She gets executed and Victor feels guilty about it, because his monster was the one who did it and therefore Victor caused two deaths in his own family. Chapter 9 After Justines death Victor becomes depressed and even considers taking his own life, but his family manages to distract him from his thoughts for a while. They take a trip to Belrive where Victor explores nature, as it means a lot to him and had cheered him up several times. He is briefly distracted from his grief over Justines death but cannot quite get rid of sad thoughts. Chapter 10 Victor wakes up and finds old feelings of hopelessness resurface.When he reaches the glacier at the top, he is mor tarily stunned by the sublime spectacleHowever, as he crosses the opposite side of the glacier, he sees a creature rushing towards him at incredible speedUp close, he clearly recognizes the grotesque monster shape.He launches threats of attack at the monster, whose enormous strength and speed him make it easy for Victor to escape. Victor curses him and tells him to go away, the monster, speaking eloquently, the persuades him to accompany a fire in an ice cavelnside the cave, the monster begins to tell about events in his life. Chapter II Sitting in the hut the monster starts to tell its fale: It first tells about his first experience and expressions as he awoke in Victors residence. It immediately flees into nature where it first experiences dark, hunger, thirst and other basic components of nature. It learns how to make fire and shortly after enters a hut in the morning. The man he sees shrieks and runs away, because he is scared of the monsters appearance. Chapter 12 This chapter starts with the monster reflecting its observations while watching the cottagers. The monster soon discovers that the cottagers sadness and troubles originated from them being poor and because of its deep sympathy towards them, it decides to help them out by chopping some wood and secretly giving it to them. It continues to watch their behavior and learn from them. One day, the monster sees its reflection in the water and is deeply shocked by its appearance. As it looks very different from the cottagers Agatha and Felix, whom it considers to be beautiful, it views itself as an 'ugly monster! The monster fantasizes about showing itself to the people who it was learning many important trades from like empathy or communicating verbally, but it is too scared to do so, as it fears their reaction towards its looks. Chapter 13 The monster encounters the arrival of Safie and the change of emotions shown in Felix' face. As the of Spring comes up, the cottagers work more in the garden and Safie, an Arabian girl, called very beautiful by the monster, arrives at the cottage, leading to a change in emotion of Felix The cottagers teach Safie their language, while the monster watches and also learns from the lessons. The more the monster watches the more attached it gets to the cottagers and becomes more self aware. Chapter 14 The monster discovers the backstory of his "friends" De Lacey, Agatha, Felix and Safie. As it turns out De Lacey and his children held a high status in France, they had money, friends and were respected members of Paris' society. This changed a while after Safies father, a Turkish merchant, was unjustly imprisoned due to racist and xenophobic judges. Following the promise of the merchant's daughter's hand in marriage Felix assisted him in fleeing from France which in the end resulted in De Lacey's, Agatha's and They proceeded to live in Germany and Safie joined them later on, disregarding the wishes of her father to stay with him Chapter 15 At the start of the chapter, the monster discovers some books in the woods surrounding the village. The Monsters findings contain works of Goethe and John Milton. The monster reads these books and thinks that they are based on history although they are fictional works. he monster decides to reveal itself to the cottagers and thinks about how to do it best. It comes to the conclusion to talk with the old DeLacey since he thinks he's the wisest person within the family. When Felix, Safie and Agatha go out for a walk, the monster reveals himself to the old DeLacey. At first the talk between the monster and DeLacey goes well but the the monster learns that the old DeLacey is blind and can't see him. The monster begs the old man to stand with him. Finally, Felix, his sister and Safie return from their walk and are shocked at the sight of the monster laying beside the old man's feet. Felix attacks him and the monster runs away from the cottage. Chapter 16 The rejection that the monster got makes it mad and it decides to get revenge on the humans. When it goes to Geneva, it sees a girl drowning in the water stream. The monster wants to help her, so it gets her out. Her accompany sees its rescue as an attack which leads him to shoot at the monster. As it nears Geneva, it sees William, the little brother of Victor Frankenstein. Its rage overcomes it, so the monster strangles the boy to death. It also takes the necklace with it that has a picture of Caroline Beaufort, the mother of William When it sees Justine, it puts the necklace into her pocket. It leads to the death sentence of Justine since people think that she is responsible for William's death. Chapter 17 Victor and the Monster are in a small hut on the Montanvert. The Monster threatens to end his life if he is not going to create a partner for him. He convinces Victor to once again redo the process and create life. Victor understands his intentions and agrees to his command Chapter 18 Victor desires to travel to England, even though his whole family is against it at first. He tells his father that he truly needs this journey to finds himself after his depression, but in reality his plan is to give his creation its will The will would be the creating of a companion for the monster, against its loneliness. Henry Clerval is eager to accompany his childhood friend on this tour. Victor on the other hand fears to maybe have to choose between Henry and fulfilling his mission. Then after destroying the harm that the monster could bring over Elizabeth, his plan is to marry her. Chapter 19 Victor Frankenstein and Henry Clerval travel together through England They visit Oxford as well as Edinburgh. Henry is enjoying himself, while Victor is always thinking about the real reason for the trip. He wants to finally complete his task of creating a new companion for his first creation. So he leaves Henry by a friend of his in a small scottish town, then travels up north on an island of the Orkneys. After being alone, he sets up everything to start his work His health gets worse just like the first time around, often even has problems to continue his work. Chapter 20 Victor decides to not create the second monster. The monster then threatens Victor to haunt him on his wedding night. Later, after Victor has thrown the corpse of the creation he has worked on into the sea, a storm pushes Victor's sailboat out to the sea. The local folk are holding him captive, thinking he committed the murder that had occurred earlier in their village. He is then sent to the local magistrate Mr. Kirwin to receive his sentence. Chapter 21 Victor is in Ireland and is introduced to the magistrate Mr.Kirwin. He is accused of murder since witnesses say that they saw Victor on the boat, throwing a corpse overboard and that they found the body on the beach. The judge wants Victor to look at the body so he can draw conclusion by Victor's reaction Victor realizes that the body belongs to Henry and recognizes black stains on his neck. As soon as he notices and realizes that the monster is responsible, he starts to collapse. After recovering for 2 months, Mr.Kirwin decides to write a letter to Victor's father Alphonse Frankenstein. The father supports him and Victor is freed since he was on Orkney Islands at the time of the murder. His father and him are now returning to Geneva Chapter 22 On their way home they make a stop in Paris before the rest of their trip to Geneva Victor receives a letter from Elizabeth where she asks him if Victor were in love with a different girl since he has been sick at lot of times. He replies with a letter in which he says that Elizabeth is his only source of joy in his life and that she does not have to worry. The thought of marriage frightens Victor because he knows the monster will be there and attack him which might lead to either his or the monsters death. As Victor and his father arrive in Geneva, Victor and Elizabeth finally meet again and everyone starts planing the wedding. After Elizabeth confronts Victor again about her suspicion he tells her that he has a secret which he will reveal after the marriage. At the wedding day, everything goes according to plan and the freshly married couple leave for their honeymoon Chapter 23 Victor and Elizabeth are on honeymoon and Victor worries about the monster and that Elizabeth could be in danger. He decides to search for it when she's sleeping While this Victor hears her screaming and realizes that the monster had just killed her, he gets the desire for revenge. After that he returns home to tell Alphonse the awful news. Because of the shock and grief about all the dead persons he loved, the father dies a few days later. Victor finally breaks his secret and tries to convince a magistrate in Geneva that an unnatural monster is responsible for the death of Elizabeth, but the magistrate does not believe him Victor resolves to devote the rest of his life to find and destroy the monster. Chapter 24 After Elizabeth's death Victor aims for revenge on the monster for killing his loved wifeHe begins his revenge by thinking of resolutions for his craving and comes to the decision of traveling all over the world to chase the monster so he can kill it. He was looking for clues to catch the monster and one night he even thinks he hears it and tries to come after it, but the monster escaped again Victor found out that the monster avoids seas and other kinds and with more time passing by, the monster left letters and clues for him so he got more frustrated and bitter.