Frankentstein Vol.3 to end By John Beattie (Themes (Hostility , Paranoia ,…
Frankentstein Vol.3 to end By John Beattie
Ch7: Victor continues to grieve the loss of Elizabeth. He plans revenge on the monster. He leaves Geneva to track the monster. Victor tracks him across the globe. He swears his life to finding the creature. The pair prepares to enter a very cold climate. The book transitions back to the chapters that Walton wrote to his sister. Each letter seems to be more and more dire. In his second letter in this chapter he exclaims that he will most likely not make it back alive. In the 3rd He talks of how they almost turned around but Victor did what he could to make the men loyal to the captain again. In the 4th letter Walton explains how they are now turning around and he is dissapointed in himself. In the 4th letter he explains that victor stayed in the Pole so he could hunt down the Monster. He ends up dying of an ailment and the creature is furious. The creature explains why he commited the murders and what consoled him. He vows to destroy himself and is never seen again.
Ch6: Elizabeth is killed by the creature and the Frankenstein family grieves. Victor is considered guilty and is filled with a rage seeing that he is framed once again.
Ch5: The travels of Victor and his father start to wear on him, and at one point Victor says to his father that all the deaths are his fault. Elizabeth reaches out to Victor. Victor begins to consider his own death as the best option. He later reunites with her in Geneva and the wedding between the two gets planned while Victor prepares to see the monster.
Ch4: The monster strikes again, killing a man in the small town where Victor is staying. Victor is being blamed for the crime because the monster used his boat. The creature is most likely framing Victor for the crime. He feels his guilt more and more as he leaves Ireland and departs for Geneva.
Ch. 3: Victor keeps second guessing himself while making the monsters mate. The reader finds out the monster has been following victor on his travels this whole time. The monster confronts victor and explains how he now sees him as his play thing. Monster threatens Victor and warns him about his wedding night. Victor attempts to destroy his second experiment. Victor also learns he is not wanted in the town, and goes to meet the Magistrate. Clerval dies at the hands of the monster.
Ch2: Victor begins to focus on making the Monsters mate after arriving in England. Victor and Clerval spend a lot of time traveling and leave London. He decides to settle in the Orkneys and complete his job.
Ch.1: The reader learns that Victor is struggling with his guilt still and is worried about being able to make the Monster a bride. His father tells him he seems to be coming himself again which is good. Victor travels to England to see his cousin who his father wants him to marry.
Beauty of nature and its affect on the human mind.
Elizabeth: Sends him a letter and wonders if he still loves her and wants to marry. She is later killed by the creature.
The Magistrate: A mild mannered and calm man.
Clerval: A friend of Victor's who travels with him to England' Has plans to travel the world and make it to India. He begins to lost ambition with his travels. Dies at the hands of the creature trying to destroy its unfinished mate.
The Monster: Has followed victor on his travels the whole time with out him knowing. Monster now sees Victor as his slave.Tells Victor what would happen if he didn't fulfill his promise. Monster has become more malicious. Strikes again in the small town the Victor is staying in. He frames Victor for the crime. Kills Elizabeth. He continues to mock Victor while being tracked across the globe. The creature even helps him, like telling Victor how to prepare. The creature is furious when Victor dies because he did not kill him himself. He explains why he was so viscious towards The Frankenstein family and friends and it was because he was so angry that his creator made him so wretched and that he could never be as happy as his creator, but now with the creator dead he has no pourpose and regrets the things he did and he vows to destroy himself so that no one falls victim to a monster like him again.
Alfonse: It is obvious that he wishes that Victor could've inbred with his cousin to keep the family close. He does his best to be there for his son including meeting him in the Orkneys and bring him home. Dies of grief after the murder of Elizabeth.
Victor: Tries to create a woman for the monster but realizes that it will take time, just like making the original monster. He realizes his health has been much restored and his father tells him he seems like himself again. Learns he was supposed to marry Elizabeth. Travels to England to see her? He gets back to creating the Monster's mate. Constantly paranoid about the monster. He is disgusted with himself while creating it. He is in constant fear of what the 2nd monster will be like. Victor is accused of killing a man because the monster used Victors boat. Victor begins to hate himself more for what he created and blames himself for all the deaths. Begins to wonder if his death would spare everyone and make things quicker. After the death of Elizabeth he plots revenge. Devotes his life the finding the creature. Joins Waltons boat during his search for the creature. He ends up dying of an ailment and not by the creature.