Frankenstein V1 C6-7

Who is Ernest Frankenstein? Ernest is Victor’s and William’s brother. He returned alone after he and William went off to play.
Why did William hide from Ernest in Plainpalais? William and Ernest were playing hide-and-go-seek.
Why did Elizabeth feel responsible for William’s murder? Elizabeth had given William the locket. She assumed the murderer killed William to get the locket, however, she believes Justine is innocent.
How long has Victor been away from home, studying at Ingolstadt? Victor has been away for six years.
When Victor sees the creature in the Alps, why doesn’t he pursue it? The creature would be impossible to catch. Victor has seen it bound up Mount Saleve with tremendous speed and agility.
How has Elizabeth changed in the six years since Victor has seen her? Elizabeth has grown up and become an “uncommonly lovely” woman.
How does Justine look and behave during her trial? Victor describes Justine as being calm and tranquil during the trial, and “confident in innocence.”
How did Justine react when she was shown William’s body? She became hysterical and was ill for several days.
Whom does Victor consider to be the “true murderer” of William? Victor thinks of himself as the “true murderer.”
How does Elizabeth feel after she visits Justine in prison? Although Justine has been condemned to death, Elizabeth is relieved to learn that Justine is really innocent. If Justine had been guilty, Elizabeth would have felt terrible anguish at being deceived by someone she loved and trusted.

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