[KINDLE] ✽ Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus Author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – Arvoldchiropractic.com

[KINDLE] ✽ Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus Author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – Arvoldchiropractic.com The Story Begins With Captain Robert Walton Hanging Out In St Petersburg, Russia, Probably Near The End Of The 18th Century He S Waiting Around For A Ride To The Port Of Archangel, Where He S Going To Hire Some Hardy Russians To Go Sailing Off To The North Pole Unfortunately, The Boat Gets Stuck In Impassible Ice Hundreds Of Miles From Land Boring With Nothing Else To Do, He Writes Letters To His Sister Back In England His Main Complaint He Wants A Male Friend To Keep Him Company What About That Ship Full Of Sailors No, He Means A Worthy Companion Soon, Walton S Despair Is Interrupted By The Sight Of A Man On The Ice Riding A Dog Sled The Man Boards The Ship, And It Seems As If Walton S Wish For A Friend Has Come True Except This New Guy, Victor Kind Of Nuts Here S His Story, As Told To Walton Victor Started Out Like Any Normal Kid In Geneva, With His Parents Adopting A Girl Named Elizabeth For Him To Marry When He Was Older You Know, Totally Normal At College, He Decides To Study Natural Philosophy Like A Rudimentary Physics And Chemistry, Along With Chemistry S Evil Twin, Alchemy In About Two Years, He Figures Out How To Bring A Body Made Of Human Corpse Pieces To Life We Couldn T Even Manage To Finish High School In Two Years Afterwards, He S Horrified By His Own Creation No Really And Is Sick For Months While His Friend Henry Clerval Nurses Him Back To Health Back In Geneva, Victor S Younger Brother, William, Is Murdered The Frankenstein Family Servant, Justine, Is Accused Of Killing Him Victor Magically Intuits That His Monster Is The Real Killer, But Thinking That No One Would Believe The My Monster Did It Excuse, Victor Is Afraid To Even Propose His Theory Even When Poor Justine Is Executed Victor, In Grief, Goes On A Trip To The Swiss Alps For Some Much Needed RR All Too Conveniently, He Runs Into The Monster, Who Confesses To The Crime And Tells Victor This Story If You Re Keeping Track, We Re Now In A Story Within A Story Within A Story When Frankenstein Fled, He Found Himself Alone And Hideous No One Accepted Him Being A Corpse Parts Conglomeration Can Do That To You , Except For One Old Blind Man He Hoped That The Blind Man S Family Of Cottagers Would Give Him Compassion, But Even They Drove Him Away When He Ran Across William, He Killed The Boy Out Of Revenge In Short, He S Ticked Off That His Maker Created Him To Be Alone And Miserable, And So Would Frankenstein Please Make Him A Female Companion After Much Persuading, Victor Agrees He Drops Off Henry In Scotland While He Goes To An Island In The Orkneys To Work But, Just Before He Finishes, He Destroys The Second Monster He S Afraid That The Two Will Bring Destruction To Humanity Rather Than Love Each Other Harmlessly The Monster Sees Him Do This And Swears Revenge Again When Victor Lands On A Shore Among Irish People, They Accuse Him Of Murdering Henry, Who Has Been Found Dead He S Acquitted, But Not Before Another Long Illness Victor Returns To Geneva And Prepares To Marry Elizabeth, But He S A Little Worried The Monster Has Sworn To Be With Him On His Wedding Night Eek Victor Thinks The Monster Is Threatening Him, But The Night He And Elizabeth Are Married, The Monster Kills The Bride Instead This Causes Victor S Father To Pass Away From Grief As He Just Lost A Daughter In Law And A Daughter , So It S Kind Of A Twofer For The Monster Alone And Bent On Revenge, Victor Chases The Monster Over All Imaginable Terrain Until He Is Ragged And Near Death In Fact, We Can T Really Tell The Two Of Them Apart Any Except That The Monster Is Taller And Uglier And Now We Re Back Up The Present He Finds Walton S Ship, Tells His Story, And Dies.

  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
  • 03 June 2017
  • Kindle Edition
  • 300 pages
  • Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus
Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus

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