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Frankenstein Chapter 8 Summary Video

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Who is Justine Moritz in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein?

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1. What was the verdict in Justine Moritz's trial in Frankenstein?

2. What do some literary critics think Mary Shelley was really saying through her depiction of Justine Moritz's trial and its outcome in Frankenstein?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The focus of this quiz and worksheet will fall on lockets, the definition of impoverishment, the character of Justine Moritz, her trial, and purpose.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To elaborate, you will display your awareness of:

  • Lockets
  • Impoverishment
  • Justine Moritz' role
  • The fate of Justine Moritz
  • Shelley's purpose for including Justine Mortiz

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the message of Frankenstein in a new light
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about Justine Moritz
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding what literary critics think about Justine Moritz's depiction

Additional Learning

To learn more about this material, check out our lesson by the title of Frankenstein Chapter 8 Summary. With the help of this lesson, you'll be more versed on:

  • The events leading up to this point
  • This chapter's events
  • Characters in this chapter
  • Ways in which this chapter furthers the plot
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