do you think if Mr.delacey could see he would be afraid of the monster?
How does the monster view himself?
Why is the story told though so many different perspectives?
Do you think Victor will decide to kill the monster after he is through with his story?
will the monster ever be accepted? will he ever accept himself?
Did the monster kill William? Chapters 10-15 only
Why wasn't the De Lacey family suspicious of the fire wood that kept on appearing during the night? How does this play into the theme of generosity in the novel?
Do you think there is someone out there that will see past the monster's horrible figure and accept him for who he is?
How is the Creature referred to throughout the novel? What is the significance of the names used to describe him?
What do you think changed the creature?
As in, what made him go from not being around for 2 years to all of a sudden murdering William?