Characters in Frankenstein (Cottagers (Felix (Son of DeLacey. Attempts to…
Characters in Frankenstein
Victor is first encountered when he is on a sledge, and is brought aboard Walton's ship.
Victor becomes fascinated with all natural sciences and stays at college studying without returning to Geneva for two years
After the death of her father, who was friends Alphonse, she is married to Alphonse. She has Victor Frankenstein. While her son Victor is at college she dies after taking care of Elizabeth who has scarlet fever.
Found by Caroline as an orphan and is adopted by them.
Following the death of Caroline, Justine comes to live with the Frankenstein family.
Blamed for the death of William and executed.
First introduced in the beginning with the letters that he is writing to his sister, Margaret Saville, as he goes off to sea.
Created by Victor while he is off at university. Victor is disgusted by his creation.
Finds some people, he calls the cottagers. This is where he learns to speak and read. He refers to them as friends, but after revealing himself, they are scared and he runs away never to see them again.
Begins to hate humans for being disgusted by him, this brings him down his path towards killing William and Henry.
Father of Victor Frankenstein.
Professor of natural philosophy at the University of Ingolstadt.
Tells victor that his interest in alchemy is stupid and foolish
"every instant that you have wasted on those books it utterly and entirely lost. You have burdened your memory with exploded systems and useless names." (Shelly 26)
Victor's younger brother. Murdered by the Creation. Justine is blamed for his death.
Son of DeLacey. Attempts to break a Turkish Merchant out of prison in return gaining his daughter's hand in marriage.
Old blind man. The Creation attempts to gain sympathy from him, but is rejected once Felix, Agatha, and Safie return.
Daughter of DeLacey, sister of Felix. She is scared and faints when she sees the Creation.
Daughter of Turkish Merchant that Felix helps escape from jail.
Professor of chemistry at ingolstadt. Tells Victor that in order to be a true scientist, one cannot fixate on one branch of study. You need to be open minded to all of them.