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The creature tells Victor that he expected this kind of behavior from him and offers Victor a deal. If Victor accepts the deal, the creature will leave mankind alone, but if Victor does not accept, the creature will murder all of Victor's friends and family.

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The monster was created by Victor FrankensteinDr. Frankenstein was created by Herr and Fraulein Frankenstein (ask your parents exactly how)The novel was written by Mary Shelley.

The ISBN of Creature of the Night - novel - is 978-0370329291.

He went to university and met his best friend. He also went to the Atlantic to search for and kill his creature for murding his lover.

Professor Waldman is Victor Frankenstein's tutor and colleague who shares his interest in creating life. His brain is later put into the Creature.

In the story of Frankentein, Victor takes sledges for the journey across the ice, with him he takes plenty of pervisions and the creature does the same (ahead of Victor in the'chase')but due to the creatures extreme strength he is un-weakened by the venture but Victor however becomes frail and is picked up by Waltons boat where he re-tells his tale to the captin before he dies.

Creature of the Night - novel - has 256 pages.

The novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is a Frame story, in fact, it is a triply framed story so there are three narrators: Captain Walton on the extreme outside, Victor Frankenstein on the inside, and the monster at isolated incidences.Walton is the first narrator. In fact the entire novel is a seris of letters he writes to his sister. He then writes the accounts of Frankensteins life as though Victor himself is wrtitting it. Through Victors story we learn the story of the Creature as the Creature told Victor. Then it reverts back to Victors narrative, then finally to Walton again.It could be argued that there are three narrators or just one, Walton, who tells all three stories. I prefer the first, because each character tells their story in the frist person.

Read the book! Victor Frankenstein is not a doctor. He was born and raised in Geneva Switzerland. He went to the University of Ingostadt in Switzerland where he creates the "monster". At this time, Victor is a student of "natural philosophy", which involves chemistry and other science. Also of note: Victor Frankenstein is the creator of the monster, which is called the "creature" for much of the time in the novel. The creature has no name.

He raided grave yards. And he spent a lot of his time in Charnel houses getting body parts.

Dr. Victor Frankenstein created the Creature. The Creature is often mistakenly called Frankenstein, when he is really more accurately called Frankenstein's monster. The novel "Frankenstein" was written by Mary Shelley.

Creature of the Night - novel - was created on 2008-06-05.

The narrator of the novel is Captain Robert Walton. Throughout the novel, though, he is writing down the story dictated to him by Victor Frankenstein. For a few chapters, the creature is telling his story, so he becomes the narrator for a short time.

William Frankenstein- the creator not the monster's sonJustine Moritz- the Frankensteins' maid servantHenry Clerval- Frankenstein's best friendElizabeth Lavenza- Frankenstein's brideAlphonse- Frankenstein's fatherVictor Frankenstein himself dies

In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly, Frankenstein is the surname of the main character, Victor Frankenstein. Victor was the scientist who created the creature after harnessing the power of electricity and developing a secret technique from his studies in chemistry and other sciences.A common misconception is that the creature Victor created was named "Frankenstein." This is false in the novel, as the creature was never given a proper name, though it was given many informal names such as "devil", "daemon", "monster", and "fiend." This misconception was propagated by a misleading stage adaption in which the monster was referred to as "Frankenstein."Since the novel was published, "Frankenstein" has often erroneously been used to refer to the monster. Though this usage is technically incorrect, researchers have deemed the use of "Frankenstein" to refer to the monster as well-established and acceptable.

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Over the course of the novel, Victor visits Geneva, Germany, Scotland, England, Swiss alps and finally the North Pole.

The novel was written by Victor Hugo

Victor Frankenstein is the scientist, who studies chemistry and is obsessed with the creation of life. Frankenstien later constructs a creature out of body parts and brings it to life. Victor Frankenstein did not name his creatre, it is often known as Frankenstein's Monster or Frankenstein's Creation. Frankenstein calls his creation the "daemon".

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It is based upon the novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame It is based upon the novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame

New criticism just analyzes a text for its structure rather than looking for historical or biographical meaning. So Mary Shelley constructed the novel by having: section for the Walton, then Victor's story, then the creature, then Victor again, and then ended with Walton. In a way one can say she did this to give the readers different perspectives on what actually happened, ie with the the point of view of the creature we actually start to feel compassion for him.

While the book makes no reference concerning how the monster is brought to life, it is theorized that Victor was practiced in Ceremonial magic and Alchemy, as he makes several references to both are made in the novel. However, these are just theories.

Frankenstein is a novel written by Mary Shelley about eccentric scientist Victor Frankenstein, who creates a grotesque creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was nineteen, and the novel was published when she was twenty-one. The first edition was published anonymously in London in 1818. Shelley's name appears on the second edition, published in France in 1823.

The novel by Victor Hugo was published in 1862.

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