In the book Frankenstein who did the monster kill?
Frankensteins Monster killed...William his brother, whom of which his mother died whilst giving birth to him, Justine- the maids daughter, his (Victor Frankensteins) father and also is wife- Elizabeth
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He ripped her heart out in the movie Mary Shelly's Frankenstein In the actual book the monster strangled her on her bed.
To hurt Frankenstein (whose not the monster) the monster wanted Frankenstein to feel his pain.
In the book the monster does not kill himself. He simply says that he will 'take himself away to the further shore' where he won't have to interact with man-kind any more.
Dr. Frankenstein died because of his obsession with fixing his error - the monster. No one "killed" him. He died and the monster ran away into the unknown after vowing to kill himself. Read the book it is surprisingly good.
Frankenstein is about a young doctor who attempts to build a human and give him life. When he succeeds, he is horrified by the monster and immediately regrets his deeds. He can't bring himself to kill the monster, however. The monster tries to assimilate into society but he can't because he is a monster, so he begs Frankenstein to build him a lady-monster. Frankenstein refuses so the monster 'hits him where it hurts' (figuratively, I… Read More
The book was called Frankenstein and was written by Mary Shelley.
Mary Shelley wrote the book Frankenstein, and Victor Frankenstein creates the creature.
Yes, Frankenstein does complete his monster, but he leaves the creature out to die since he was not an angel like he thought he would be! So, Frankenstein's monster goes after Frankenstein, his creator, and tries to kill him. But, in the end of the story, he kills himself!
Book: Frankenstein worked alone. Movie: Frankenstein had an assistant named Igor. Book: The monster talked and even philosophies. Movie: The monster was mute, although he did say 'Friend' once or twice. Book: The monster took himself away to the farthest shore. Movie: The monster died in a burning windmill. Book: The monster killed Frankenstein's brother. Movie: The monster threw a little girl down a well. Book: The monster wore a great coat. Movie: The monster… Read More
Well, he tried to but the monster was evasive.
There is no definite time when that happens since it happened throughout the book starting with William by accident, then Justine after being framed, then Clerval after victor broke a promise, then is newly wedded wife, Elizabeth, his father from grief caused by the monster, then kills himself after Frankenstein dies.
To kill Elizabeth on her wedding night.
In Mary Shelley's book "Frankenstein", Victor Frankenstein is the creator of the monster, as opposed to the movie monster pop-culture has named "Frankenstein". However it can be argued that in a way the monster is just a figment of Victor Frankenstein's imagination, and does not actually exist. In this way it can be said that the monster is a part of Frankenstein, however not in the way that most would imagine. However, in opposition to… Read More
In the original book by Mary Shelley, the monster becomes a murderer. His maker, Dr Frankenstein, hunts him down with the intention of killing him, but it is the Dr who gets mortally wounded by the monster. They are at the North Pole at the time, and the story ends with the monster being borne away in the Arctic Sea on an ice raft. In the 1910 film, the monster vanishes when his maker, Frankenstein… Read More
Frankenstein was the main character; the man who created the monster. The other title of the book is The Modern Prometheus.
In the book by Mary Shelly, the Frankenstein monster does not die; it dissapears into the arctic and is never seen again. In the movies the monster usually dies in a fire, either started by someone else to kill him, or started accidentally by himself.
The monster kills Clerval in Frankenstein because he is enraged that Victor went back on his promise to make him a companion and instead destroyed what he had started.
Mary Shelly authored Frankenstein. The book was first published in 1818 anonymously in England. In 1823 the book was published again in France with Shelly as the author. A common error is that Frankenstein was the name of the monster, buy it was actually name of the scientist who created the monster.
the monster didnt actually kill Justine. Justine was blamed for the death of William(Victor's brother) and sentenced to death.
According to the book there is some doubt that the monster will die -- Frankenstein made it so well that it may be nigh immortal. In the movies - every episode ended with the monster dying.
Dr. Frankenstein Victor Frankenstein is the name of the scientist that made the monster out of dead body parts. Therefore the answer to your question is: Mr. & Mrs. Frankenstein.
He never named the monster in the 1931 movie, the book, or in any other movies. He is always referred to as "the creature."
He fears the monster will kill his father and Elizabeth
The idea of Frankenstein the monster comes from Mary Shelley's Gothic novel Frankenstein. However, it is a common misconception that Frankenstein is the monster. In the novel Frankenstein is not the monster instead he is the man who creates the monster.
The doctor's name was Frankenstein, but when the monster was created it was known as the "Frankenstein Monster".
Most people think of the monster when they remember Frankenstein, so many call him that.
He fears the monster will kill Elizabeth and his father
The monster is fleeing, trying to find solitude and escape the doctor's wrath. The Doctor is in pursuit of the monster, trying to kill it.
Frankenstein is actually the young scientist that made the monster in Frankenstein. The monster he created has no name. It is a common misconception that Frankenstein is the monster is in fact Frankenstein.
In the book the monster does not die. The monster merely says that he will 'take myself to the farthest shore where I will troubled by man no more.'
Frankenstein was the last name of the doctor, Victor Frankenstein, who created a creature. The monster is never actually given a name in the book. Technically, Frankenstein was given life by his parents.
The little girl does not occur in the book, only in the movie.
Whatever you want him to look like
In the book the monster doesn't die. And I don't know who Walker is.
The monstar of Frankenstein killed Henry Clerval by strangling him to death
he wanted to kill the monster
The Frankenstein Monster. In her book "Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus" Dr Frankenstein creates a new creature from parts of dead corpses and then brings it to life. But the monster is evil, kills many of Frankenstein's family and friends and has to be finally hunted down by Frankenstein.he is a very vicious and malicious man who wreaks havoc and sex throughout Frankenstein and has sexual intercourse
It's the monster because he undergoes changes throoughout the book.
He wasn't Frankenstein was a character in a book, Frankenstein's Monster by Mary Shelley.
Dr. Victor Frankenstein was the creator of the Frankenstein monster. The monster itself has no name.
Frankenstein is the creator of the monster. The monster is unnamed.
I thought that the monster was dumb but on reading the book he was quite eloquent and could even read.
One universal truth from Frankenstein is: If you build a monster, it will kill you. This is probably not the most common "truth" from the novel, however it is the one on which so much science fiction has been based since Mary Shelly published it. Hence, the Frankenstein Syndrome of much of modern science fiction. One example of this is a variant of it in the movie, I Am Legend. Man creates virus with the… Read More
It is likely because he had been exposed to the artic climate for an overly long period of time and was unable to recover from it. In the original story by Mary Shelley the monster doesn't die, he merely says he will run away to the farthest shore. In the book the monster was quite intelligent. Doctor Frankenstein, the man who made the monster, dies of exhaustion chasing and trying to kill the monster, on… Read More
He wanted to die because he killed his master who he wanted to kill all his life.
The monster demanded Frankenstein to make another; a female. Frankenstein did this, thinking that the two would accept each other and leave society alone. However, as he neared the completion of the female, he realised the evil he could be unleashing if he made another and destroyed her. The monster killed Frankenstein's wife on their wedding night as an act of revenge.
Frankenstein turns to forbidden sciences and discovers how to recreate life. When he does, however, he believes that he has created a monster and flees. The monster chases him and demands that he creates a "mate" for him. Frankenstein almost does, but winds up refusing. The monster kills everyone close to him. He turns to pursue the monster. He dies. A sailor finds his written works and tries to continue the quest. the book ends.
Frankenstein is the scientist, not the monster. The monster was created from parts of dead bodies put together by Frankenstein.
Frankenstein feels that his creature needs a female monster to commiserate about their awful existence. The monster tells him that Frankenstein is his creator and the monster is Adam. The monster needs an Eve.
He dies of exhaustion after chasing the monster half-way across the world trying to kill it.