Study Guide

Frankenstein Three Act Plot Analysis

By Mary Shelley

Three Act Plot Analysis

Act I

Mommie Dearest

Victor creates a monster and unleashes it on—we mean, abandons it in—the world.

Act II


The monster is super bummed that no one understands him, so he tries to punish Victor for abandoning him. They both end up alone—except for the relationship they have with one another.


The One and Only

Victor and the monster engage in a fun little game of cat and mouse until Victor dies. Without his only companion, the monster goes off to die, too.

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