3.10 Quiz Frankenstein: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility.
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The creature plans to kill himself by starvation at the end of the novel.
What promise does the creature make to Victor just before leaving him at the remote hut in northernmost Scotland?
"I will be with you on your wedding night."
In the poem "Prometheus," what does Prometheus criticize Zeus for?
Not actually being responsible for the things Prometheus has accomplished.
Dolly the sheep died of a common sheep ailment and not her genetic status.
The term for a fertilized egg that has begun cell division but is not yet a fetus is _______.
Why does Henry Clerval have such a better time in London than Victor does?
Victor is too busy worrying about the creature's demand.
William, Henry, and Elizabeth all die by being strangled.
Dolly the sheep was brought to life in Switzerland.
An eighteenth-century German who was a major contributor to the Sturm und Drang movement was _________.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
When the creature finds Justine in the barn, he decides to _________.
Hide the stolen miniature in her dress to frame her for Williams murder.
Which of the following is NOT a listed potential benefit of cloning?
Following the natural order of things.
The creature regrets not being able to apologize to Victor before he dies.
The creature never wants to kill Victor, but to bring him everlasting misery.
Which of these is NOT a reason that Victor destroys the female creature before bringing her to life?
He is afraid the local people living near his hut are suspicious while he builds her.
The creature states that he intends to kill Victor on his wedding night.
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