Frankenstein Chapter 11 Summary


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In Chapter 11 of Frankenstein, we learn that the monster has had to learn about the world differently than human babies do. Why?

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1. In Chapter 11 of Frankenstein, how does the monster first learn about danger?

2. What are the reactions of the people in the first village the monster comes to in Chapter 11 of Frankenstein?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In Chapter 11 of Frankenstein, we learn how Frankenstein's monster has been living on his own, particularly how he discovered the world and humanity. Take this quiz to enforce your understanding of the subject matter of this chapter.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These learning assessments will test you on the following:

  • How the monster learns about danger
  • How villagers react to seeing Frankenstein's monster
  • The event that moves the monster's soul
  • What the monster tells Victor

Skills Practiced

This quiz will test you on the following skills:

  • Knowledge application - use what you know about Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to answer questions about Chapter 11
  • Reading comprehension - make sure you draw the most important information from the related lesson on Chapter 11 of Frankenstein
  • Making connections - assess how Frankenstein's discovery of the world is similar to how an infant discovers it

Additional Learning

To learn more about this significant chapter from Frankenstein, watch the accompanying lesson, Frankenstein: Chapter 11 Summary. The lesson explores the following concepts:

  • Review the events of the novel preceding Chapter 11
  • Summarize the events from the chapter
  • Consider the various ways in which the monster discovers the world and humanity
  • Assess the monster's emotional reactions to the world