For the in-class essay, you will be expected to develop a fully-developed, well-supported argument regarding the novel. You will introduce a clear thesis and support that thesis with evidence (quotes, paraphrases, summaries) from the novel itself, complete with proper parenthetical citation.
You will need your Frankenstein book. You may also
bring a dictionary, grammar book and/or thesaurus with you.
No electronic devices will be allowed.
Things To Consider:
|View/Treatment of Women||Justice|
|Family Relationships||The Sublime|
|Science vs. Nature||Solitude|
|"Bounds of Knowledge"||Doppelgänger|
|Ambition||Duty: Creator to Creation/ Parent to Child|
|Responsibility to Self vs. Responsibility to Humanity||Appearance vs. Reality|
|Symbols/Images: Lightning/Ice/Tree/Worms||Discussion Questions: Vol. 123|