Frankenstein - Literary Conflicts
Updated: 5/9/2019
Frankenstein - Literary Conflicts
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Frankenstein Lesson Plans

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Lesson Plans by Rebecca Ray

After creating a monster who killed and destroyed many of his family and friends, Dr. Victor Frankenstein has chased the creature to the North Pole, where he encounters a ship, lead by Captain Walton, on an expedition. Near death, Victor recounts his story to Walton, to stop Walton from making Frankenstein’s mistake: searching for glory at all costs. The captain relays this story to his wife, in a series of letters.




Frankenstein

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Frankenstein Literary Conflict | Have students identify literary conflict in Frankenstein with graphic organizers and storyboards!

Storyboard Text

  • MAN vs MAN (Monster)
  • MAN vs NATURE
  • MAN vs SOCIETY
  • Frankenstein vs. his creation. As the creatures' feelings of rejection and bitterness grow towards his creator, the monster uses murder to make Frankenstein pay for what he has done.
  • Frankenstein Creating Life. Victor bringing his creation to life violates the laws of nature. When he is asked to repeat the process, he denies the monster by destroying the monster’s bride.
  • Monster vs. Society. Rejected because he is hideous, society banishes the monster and he becomes an outcast.
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