Characters in Frankenstein with Analysis and Lesson Plan

If you’re reading Frankenstein and need a little help remembering the characters, here you go. If you’re teaching Frankenstein and need a character analysis lesson plan, here you go:¬†Frankenstein Character Analysis Lesson Plan. Character List for Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Robert Walton: The novel opens with letters from Robert Walton to his sister. It is […]

Important Quotes from Frankenstein

It’s alive, it’s alive!” Though that particular quote may not have been in the original novel, understanding the following quotes is the key to analyzing the book. Frankenstein Quotes Use these Frankenstein quotes to make yourself look smart. Quote: If you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have […]

Allusions in Frankenstein Lesson Plan with Analysis

Allusions in Frankenstein abound. This Frankenstein study guide analyzes how these allusions contribute to major themes in Frankenstein. For you teachers out there, here’s a quick lesson plan dealing with allusions in Frankenstein:¬†Analyzing Allusions in Frankenstein. Rime of the Ancient Mariner Coleridge’s “Rime of the Ancient Mariner” tells the story of an ancient mariner who […]