Question: What Kind Of Studies Does Victor Say To Avoid?

How did Victor spend the night after bringing?

How did Victor spend the night after bringing the creature to life.

He runs to the woods, spends a week in bed, now repulsed by his work.

He leaves the creature alone..

What was the question that Victor wanted an answer to?

What questions does he seek answers to? He wanted to learn the secrets of heaven and earth. He wanted to learn about the mysteries of nature and about the soul of man. In Chapter 2, how does Victor feel about his studies?

Where does Victor create the monster?

the University of IngolstadtThe monster is created by Victor Frankenstein while at the University of Ingolstadt. “Formed into a hideous and gigantic creature,” the monster faces rejection and fear from his creator and society.

How did Victor respond to the creature?

How does Victor respond? The creature reaches out his arms and smiles at Victor. Victor is horrified and runs away from his creation.

What studies does Victor pursue what exactly does he call it?

Victor attacks his studies with enthusiasm and, ignoring his social life and his family far away in Geneva, makes rapid progress. Fascinated by the mystery of the creation of life, he begins to study how the human body is built (anatomy) and how it falls apart (death and decay).

What type of study does Frankenstein say is unlawful?

“If the study to which you apply yourself has a tendency to weaken your affections, and to destroy your taste for those simple pleasures in which no alloy can possibly mix, then that study is certainly unlawful, that is to say, not befitting the human mind.”

What does Victor study in Frankenstein?

In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein attends the University of Ingolstadt in Germany, where he, under professor M. Waldman, studies the sciences interrelated to creating his Monster: biology, electricity, Galvinism, pseudo-genetic engineering, and early genetics.

Why does Victor not want to study the contemporary scientists?

Why does Victor not want to study the contemporary scientists suggested by M. Krempe? Victor is interested in goals of older scientists such as the alchemists. Victor desires to pursue their “grand” aspirations instead of the normal goals of contemporary scientists.

What affected Victor for several months?

Henry arrives from Geneva. Victor is worried that the monster is still in his house and Henry will see. What then affected Victor for several months? A nervous fever/breakdown.