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by Mary Shelley
Frankenstein: To Victor Go the Spoils Quiz
Think you’ve got your head wrapped around
? Put your knowledge to
the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Where is Captain Robert Walton’s ship headed when he meets Victor?
Nowhere in particular, just wanted to get out for a while
The North Pole
Q. Whom did Victor’s parents intend for him to marry?
The Princess of Switzerland
His adopted sister
The wealthy duchess Isabella
Any old monster made from pieces of human corpses, as long as each of those former humans came from a good family
Q. What subject greatly interests Victor while he is in school?
Advanced Illegal Grave Digging
Q. What happens to Victor’s younger brother, William?
He is killed by the Frankenstein family servant
He is killed by Victor’s monster
He is killed by Victor
He lives to a ripe old age and has a wonderful life in which nothing bad ever happens and everyone is happy - the end
Q. What happens to Justine?
She is killed by Victor’s monster
She is trampled by horses
She requests a transfer to something by Jane Austen
She is convicted of murder and executed
Q. Why does the monster tell Victor that he killed an innocent person?
Because his brain is abnormal
Because he’s a monster - what else is he going to do, volunteer at a homeless shelter?
It was an accident
Because he was angry at his creator
Q. What does Victor decide to do after his conversation with the monster?
Create a female monster for his first monster
Create a second monster to kill the first monster
Burn down his laboratory
Close the chat box
Q. What is Victor accused of doing?
Exhuming dead bodies
Murdering his friend Henry
Hanging a new roll of toilet paper in the wrong direction
Q. What does the monster do on Victor’s wedding night?
Kills Victor’s bride-to-be
The chicken dance
Q. Where does Victor die?
At his home in Geneva
In his fiancé’s arms
On Walton’s ship
Where the red fern grows