Last Updated on October 26, 2018, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 246
- Who does Victor want to meet with in England?
- What does Victor agree to do immediately upon his return from England?
- Where does Victor meet Clerval?
- What poem does Victor quote to describe Clerval’s reaction to the scenery?
- How does Clerval remind Victor of his former self?
- What is Clerval’s goal when he and Victor are in London?
- Why does Victor accept the invitation to Perth?
- What does Victor fear while he and Clerval are traveling to Scotland?
- Where does Victor rent a hut in which to complete his work?
- What does Victor fear while working on the creature’s companion?
- Victor wants to meet with an English philosopher whose discoveries he believes will help him to create the creature’s companion.
- Victor agrees to marry Elizabeth.
- Victor meets Clerval in Strasburgh.
- Victor quotes “Tintern Abbey” by William Wordsworth.
- Clerval is, as Victor once was, “inquisitive and anxious to gain experience and instruction,” delighted by his new surroundings, and pursuing a long-held goal.
- Clerval’s goal is to travel to India to assist with European colonization and trade.
- Victor wants to see the natural beauty of the region and to complete his work somewhere in the Scottish Highlands.
- Victor fears the creature will murder his family in Geneva or, if he has followed Victor, that he will murder Clerval.
- Victor rents a hut on one of the remotest of the Orkney Islands.
- Victor fears that the creature will appear at any moment.
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