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Frankenstein AP Teaching Unit
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- Romantic and Gothic literature commonly use nature to convey tone and mood. In a well-organized essay, explain how Frankenstein is a characteristic Romantic and Gothic novel.
- In a well-organized essay, compare and contrast the story of Frankenstein and his Creature with the Christian story of God and Adam.
- Gothic literature has given way to modern horror literature and films, including several renditions of Frankenstein. In a well-organized essay, describe what common Gothic conventions are still being used today. (Use at least three specific examples of Gothic convention from modern films or books.)
- During the Enlightenment, society began to shift from a strictly religious to a scientific view of life. In a well-organized essay, explain how Frankenstein rails against the Enlightenment.
- Robert Walton is used as a catalyst for Frankenstein to tell his story. The premises of the entire novel rests on Frankenstein warning Walton to stop his mad pursuit of knowledge. What are the similarities between Frankenstein and Walton? In what ways are they and their experiences different? In a well organized essay, answer the previous questions and make an argument as to whether Frankenstein’s story helps Walton.
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