Frankenstein Volume 2: Chapters 3, 4, and 5 Summary and Analysis

Mary Shelley

Volume 2: Chapters 3, 4, and 5 Summary and Analysis

New Characters
Felix De Lacey: a young peasant the creature observes living in a small cottage in the forest

Agatha De Lacey: Felix’s sister who also lives in the cottage

M. De Lacey: Felix’s and Agatha’s father; the creature tries to make friends with him

Safie: a young Turkish woman who is Felix’s fiancée

Summary
Sitting in the hut by the fire, the creature relates his experiences during the two years since Victor created him. The creature tells Victor about the difficulties he had trying to cope with the strange feelings of his senses. Having never had the opportunity to mature in a normal way, the creature was overwhelmed by...

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