characterized by intense emotion; compare the ways in which Frankenstein and Walton suffer from a fervent desire for fame.
fill with satisfaction; explain why the creation does not satiate Frankenstein; examine the effects of an insatiable desire for knowledge
characterized by intense emotion; define the ways in which Frankenstein's parents are ardent ones.
attacked; explain why the little girl's father assailed the monster after saving her life---scared of difference
spacious; explain why the novel is so capacious--creating life is reflective of the space--the arctic is untouched by humans they are returning to "Eden" the creator and his creation
humbly entreating; explain why and how the monster is suppliant when he reunites with Frankenstein in the cave to tell the story
a sudden outburst; a fit; Why did Frankenstein suffer a paroxysm when he returned to his apartment lab with Clerval
Fantastic; unreal; impossible; absurd; Explain why critics would call "Frankenstein" chimerical.
hasty and without attention to detail; Explain how Frankenstein allowing the monster to free roam is a cursory.
A great eagerness or greed for something; Explain the monster's avidity for a companion.
get by special effort
a persistent; stubborness; Describe what ways Frankenstein shows a pertinacity for his work on the monster.
shy, lacking self-confidence; modest, reserved
not restrained or controlled
marked by immorality