Foreshadowing and Symbolism. Frankenstein. Foreshadow. An author gives hints or clues at upcoming events. Allows the author to build a novel while laying the groundwork for upcoming character and plot development. In Frankenstein.
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Part One: Biblical CreationDirections: List the aspects of the creature’s development that parallel each item in the process of biblical creation. You may want to refer directly to the text for help.
Aspects of Creation
Parallels in Frankenstein
Part Two: Mary Shelley repeatedly utilizes fire and lightening to elucidate Victor’s realization and Knowledge.Directions: For each chapter indicated, locate examples of fire and lightning and explain how Shelley uses each symbolically.
Part 3: Shelley also utilizes seasons, weather, and nature to symbolize the feelings of Victor and the creature.Directions: Locate and explain examples of the seasons, weather, and nature being used symbolically.