Victor frankenstein recounts the influences that lead to his great


Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of choice to the baths nigh Thonon; the autocracy of the spclose bound us to abide a day onesided to the inn. In this scion I chanced to discover a size of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a suitableness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to unfold and the strange basis which he relates before-hanker radical this consciousness into fervency. A new scanty seemed to dawn upon my spirit, and inclosure succeeding a suitableness joy, I infectious my thgather to my senior. My senior looked economylessly at the style page of my work and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My expensive Victor, do not dissipate your span upon this; it is sad lavish-matter."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had smitten the patience to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been totally fictitious and that a later arrangement of knowledge had been introduced which consoled fur protracteder powers than the old, accordingly the powers of the cessation were fitful, suitableness those of the bygone were actual and useful, below such requisite I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa secret and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by rebated succeeding a suitableness protracteder ardour to my bygone studies. It is flush potential that the retinue of my ideas would neternally own accepted the defunctly instigation that led to my downfall. But the economyless conjecture my senior had smitten of my size by no instrument arrangementatic me that he was practiced succeeding a suitableness its discontinuance, and I continued to gather succeeding a suitableness the protractedest desire. When I returned residence my foremost economy was to bring-about the integral works of this committer, and succeedingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I gather and thoughtful the ungoverned fancies of these transcribers succeeding a suitableness gratification; they showed to me treasures unconcealed to few as-well myself. I own illustrative myself as frequently having been imbued succeeding a suitableness a bewildered desire to reach the secrets of faithfulness. In grudge of the solemn labour and strange discoveries of later philosophers, I frequently came from my studies disamenpowerful and reluctant. Sir Isaac Newton is said to own nominal that he felt relish a offshoot galaxy up shells furtherover the protracted and unexplored sea of faithfulness. Those of his successors in each offshoot of regular philosophy succeeding a suitableness whom I was practiced showed flush to my boy's apprehensions as tyros intent in the corresponding whim.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a suitableness the protractedest industry into the exploration of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the cessation before-hanker obtained my entire vigilance. Wealth was an subordinate intent, but what effulgence would notice the thgather if I could dispel distemper from the cosmical commodities and give-up-apportion man invulnerpowerful to any but a forcible death! 

Read this thperuse from the citation:

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a suitableness the protractedest industry into the exploration of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the cessation before-hanker obtained my entire vigilance.

Which expression from this journey did the committer use to unfold the thesis of ambition?

[removed] New preceptors

[removed] Greatest industry

[removed] Latter before-long

[removed] Obtained my


Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

An passionate ingenuity and offshootish forced, cultivate an surroundings repeatedly radical the general of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had lone to our scion nigh Belrive, when we witnessed a most forcible and terrific roarstorm. It recent from forthcoming the mountains of Jura, and the thbelow explode at uninterruptedly succeeding a suitableness monstrous temper from diversified quarters of the heavens. I abideed, suitableness the blow lasted, guarding its proficiency succeeding a suitableness celebrity and gratification. As I crystalcourse at the door, on a rash I beheld a flow of vitality cadetren from an old and musical oak which crystalcourse environing twenty yards from our scion; and so before-hanker as the dazzling scanty vanished, the oak had disappeared, and rush abideed but a blighted stump. When we visited it the instant dawning, we establish the tree shattered in a quaint fashion. It was not splintered by the shame, but totally subdued to watery ribbons of thicket. I neternally beheld alwaysything so consummately destroyed.

Before this I was not unpracticed succeeding a suitableness the further self-evident laws of electricity. On this producer a man of protracted reexploration in regular philosophy was succeeding a suitableness us, and bewildered by this revolution, he entered on the exposition of a hypothesis which he had formed on the topic of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and marvelous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the screen Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some defunctlyity the rout of these men averse me to track my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if rush would or could eternally be unconcealed. All that had so hanker intent my vigilance rashly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the spirit which we are may-be most topic to in coming juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my bygone occupations, set down regular fact and all its consequence as a superannuated and barren falsehood, and astare the protractedest haughtiness for a would-be knowledge which could neternally flush tramp succeeding a suitablenessin the origin of actual instruction. In this vein of spirit I betook myself to the mathematics and the offshootes of con-over divert to that knowledge as entity built upon arrest establishations, and so pure of my inducement.

Which of the forthcoming topics could be used to transcribe a narrative using sustaining details from this quote?

[removed] Victor’s knowledge con-overing a new knowledge.

[removed] The deduce Victor's offshoothood heroes are the producer of his damnation.

[removed] Victor sees himself as almighty.

[removed] Victor desire he had a irrelative relationship succeeding a suitableness his senior.


Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this thperuse from Frankenstein:

If, . . . my senior had smitten the patience to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been totally fictitious and that . . . the powers of [Agrippa] were chimerical, . . . I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa secret. . .

chimera is a mistake or fantasy of the spirit. 

Why does the committer use the engagement chimerical here?

[removed] To exhibition that eternallyything in the universe seemed imaginary

[removed] To exhibition that the listenant was an old man at the end of life

[removed] To exhibition the principles seemed penny when they were not

[removed] To exhibition the listenant has been haunted by his own gone-by for years


Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of choice to the baths nigh Thonon; the autocracy of the spclose bound us to abide a day onesided to the inn. In this scion I chanced to discover a size of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a suitableness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to unfold and the strange basis which he relates before-hanker radical this consciousness into fervency. A new scanty seemed to dawn upon my spirit, and inclosure succeeding a suitableness joy, I infectious my thgather to my senior. My senior looked economylessly at the style page of my work and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My expensive Victor, do not dissipate your span upon this; it is sad lavish-matter."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had smitten the patience to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been totally fictitious and that a later arrangement of knowledge had been introduced which consoled fur protracteder powers than the old, accordingly the powers of the cessation were fitful, suitableness those of the bygone were actual and useful, below such requisite I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa secret and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by rebated succeeding a suitableness protracteder ardour to my bygone studies. It is flush potential that the retinue of my ideas would neternally own accepted the defunctly instigation that led to my downfall. But the economyless conjecture my senior had smitten of my size by no instrument arrangementatic me that he was practiced succeeding a suitableness its discontinuance, and I continued to gather succeeding a suitableness the protractedest desire. When I returned residence my foremost economy was to bring-about the integral works of this committer, and succeedingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I gather and thoughtful the ungoverned fancies of these transcribers succeeding a suitableness gratification; they showed to me treasures unconcealed to few as-well myself. I own illustrative myself as frequently having been imbued succeeding a suitableness a bewildered desire to reach the secrets of faithfulness. In grudge of the solemn labour and strange discoveries of later philosophers, I frequently came from my studies disamenpowerful and reluctant. Sir Isaac Newton is said to own nominal that he felt relish a offshoot galaxy up shells furtherover the protracted and unexplored sea of faithfulness. Those of his successors in each offshoot of regular philosophy succeeding a suitableness whom I was practiced showed flush to my boy's apprehensions as tyros intent in the corresponding whim.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a suitableness the protractedest industry into the exploration of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the cessation before-hanker obtained my entire vigilance. Wealth was an subordinate intent, but what effulgence would notice the thgather if I could dispel distemper from the cosmical commodities and give-up-apportion man invulnerpowerful to any but a forcible death! 

Which thperuse from the citation most clcoming indicates the listenant wants to be seen as a sufferer of incident?

[removed] In this scion I chanced to discover a size of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a suitableness apathy;

[removed] A new scanty seemed to dawn upon my spirit, and inclosure succeeding a suitableness joy, I infectious my thgather to my senior.

[removed] My senior looked economylessly at the style page of my work and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My expensive Victor, do not dissipate your span upon this; it is sad lavish-matter."

[removed] It is flush potential that the retinue of my ideas would neternally own accepted the defunctly instigation that led to my downfall.


Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which road uses syntax for argument?

[removed] Ask not what your country can do for you. . . John F. Kennedy

[removed] Few men own uprightness to succeeding a suitablenessstand the directing bidder. . . George Washington

[removed] One man succeeding a suitableness gallantry is a superiority. . . Thomas Jefferson

[removed] The canvass men, rootation and defunct, who struggled close, own sacred it. . . Abraham Lincoln


Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of choice to the baths nigh Thonon; the autocracy of the spclose bound us to abide a day onesided to the inn. In this scion I chanced to discover a size of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a suitableness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to unfold and the strange basis which he relates before-hanker radical this consciousness into fervency. A new scanty seemed to dawn upon my spirit, and inclosure succeeding a suitableness joy, I infectious my thgather to my senior. My senior looked economylessly at the style page of my work and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My expensive Victor, do not dissipate your span upon this; it is sad lavish-matter."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had smitten the patience to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been totally fictitious and that a later arrangement of knowledge had been introduced which consoled fur protracteder powers than the old, accordingly the powers of the cessation were fitful, suitableness those of the bygone were actual and useful, below such requisite I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa secret and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by rebated succeeding a suitableness protracteder ardour to my bygone studies. It is flush potential that the retinue of my ideas would neternally own accepted the defunctly instigation that led to my downfall. But the economyless conjecture my senior had smitten of my size by no instrument arrangementatic me that he was practiced succeeding a suitableness its discontinuance, and I continued to gather succeeding a suitableness the protractedest desire. When I returned residence my foremost economy was to bring-about the integral works of this committer, and succeedingwards of Paracelsus and Albertus Magnus. I gather and thoughtful the ungoverned fancies of these transcribers succeeding a suitableness gratification; they showed to me treasures unconcealed to few as-well myself. I own illustrative myself as frequently having been imbued succeeding a suitableness a bewildered desire to reach the secrets of faithfulness. In grudge of the solemn labour and strange discoveries of later philosophers, I frequently came from my studies disamenpowerful and reluctant. Sir Isaac Newton is said to own nominal that he felt relish a offshoot galaxy up shells furtherover the protracted and unexplored sea of faithfulness. Those of his successors in each offshoot of regular philosophy succeeding a suitableness whom I was practiced showed flush to my boy's apprehensions as tyros intent in the corresponding whim.

Under the direction of my new preceptors I entered succeeding a suitableness the protractedest industry into the exploration of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the cessation before-hanker obtained my entire vigilance. Wealth was an subordinate intent, but what effulgence would notice the thgather if I could dispel distemper from the cosmical commodities and give-up-apportion man invulnerpowerful to any but a forcible death! 

In which thperuse does the listenant recommend that he wants to gather further environing the universe?

[removed] If, instead of this comment, my senior had smitten the patience to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been totally fictitious

[removed] But the economyless conjecture my senior had smitten of my size by no instrument arrangementatic me that he was practiced succeeding a suitableness its discontinuance,

[removed] In grudge of the solemn labour and strange discoveries of later philosophers, I frequently came from my studies disamenpowerful and reluctant.

[removed] below such requisite I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa secret and own amenpowerful my ingenuity,


Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

An surroundings repeatedly radical the general of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had lone to our scion nigh Belrive, when we witnessed a most forcible and terrific roarstorm. It recent from forthcoming the mountains of Jura, and the thbelow explode at uninterruptedly succeeding a suitableness monstrous temper from diversified quarters of the heavens. I abideed, suitableness the blow lasted, guarding its proficiency succeeding a suitableness celebrity and gratification. As I crystalcourse at the door, on a rash I beheld a flow of vitality cadetren from an old and musical oak which crystalcourse environing twenty yards from our scion; and so before-hanker as the dazzling scanty vanished, the oak had disappeared, and rush abideed but a blighted stump. When we visited it the instant dawning, we establish the tree shattered in a quaint fashion. It was not splintered by the shame, but totally subdued to watery ribbons of thicket. I neternally beheld alwaysything so consummately destroyed.

What would own to veer for tclose to be colloquy in this journey?

[removed] Fewer letters would own to show.

[removed] The journey would own to be shorter.

[removed] More letters would own to show.

[removed] The journey would own to be scarier.


Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

An surroundings repeatedly radical the general of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had lone to our scion nigh Belrive, when we witnessed a most forcible and terrific roarstorm. It recent from forthcoming the mountains of Jura, and the thbelow explode at uninterruptedly succeeding a suitableness monstrous temper from diversified quarters of the heavens. I abideed, suitableness the blow lasted, guarding its proficiency succeeding a suitableness celebrity and gratification. As I crystalcourse at the door, on a rash I beheld a flow of vitality cadetren from an old and musical oak which crystalcourse environing twenty yards from our scion; and so before-hanker as the dazzling scanty vanished, the oak had disappeared, and rush abideed but a blighted stump. When we visited it the instant dawning, we establish the tree shattered in a quaint fashion. It was not splintered by the shame, but totally subdued to watery ribbons of thicket. I neternally beheld alwaysything so consummately destroyed.

What does the committer do for the gatherer in this journey?

[removed] Tell a narrative environing the advenient

[removed] Bring in diversified new letters

[removed] Tell a narrative environing the gone-by

[removed] Create an unforeseen twist


Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read Article IX of the United States Bill of Rights:

The restoration in the Constitution, of unfailing hues, shall not be construed to contradict or depreciate others retained by the vulgar.

What does the engagement construed recommend the committer feels environing the Constitution?

[removed] The Constitution has further prize than the hues of the particular vulgar it governs.

[removed] The Constitution is an unerring instrument, heedless of interpretations.

[removed] The Constitution may be interpreted in a abnormity of ways to avail the vulgar.

[removed] The Constitution may be interpreted in a way that would detriment the vulgar.


Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

An passionate ingenuity and offshootish forced, cultivate an surroundings repeatedly radical the general of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had lone to our scion nigh Belrive, when we witnessed a most forcible and terrific roarstorm. It recent from forthcoming the mountains of Jura, and the thbelow explode at uninterruptedly succeeding a suitableness monstrous temper from diversified quarters of the heavens. I abideed, suitableness the blow lasted, guarding its proficiency succeeding a suitableness celebrity and gratification. As I crystalcourse at the door, on a rash I beheld a flow of vitality cadetren from an old and musical oak which crystalcourse environing twenty yards from our scion; and so before-hanker as the dazzling scanty vanished, the oak had disappeared, and rush abideed but a blighted stump. When we visited it the instant dawning, we establish the tree shattered in a quaint fashion. It was not splintered by the shame, but totally subdued to watery ribbons of thicket. I neternally beheld alwaysything so consummately destroyed.

Before this I was not unpracticed succeeding a suitableness the further self-evident laws of electricity. On this producer a man of protracted reexploration in regular philosophy was succeeding a suitableness us, and bewildered by this revolution, he entered on the exposition of a hypothesis which he had formed on the topic of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and marvelous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the screen Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some defunctlyity the rout of these men averse me to track my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if rush would or could eternally be unconcealed. All that had so hanker intent my vigilance rashly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the spirit which we are may-be most topic to in coming juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my bygone occupations, set down regular fact and all its consequence as a superannuated and barren falsehood, and astare the protractedest haughtiness for a would-be knowledge which could neternally flush tramp succeeding a suitablenessin the origin of actual instruction. In this vein of spirit I betook myself to the mathematics and the offshootes of con-over divert to that knowledge as entity built upon arrest establishations, and so pure of my inducement.

What is the ocean commodities of the listenant mentioning renowned philosophers and scientists relish Sir Isaac Newton?

[removed] The listenant is powerful to clear his failures succeeding a suitableness theirs.

[removed] The listenant is recommending they are obligatory for the set-forth of knowledge.

[removed] The listenant recommends that he is similar to their sense and accomplishments.

[removed] The listenant wants to recommend he is not as instructionpowerful as these experts.


Question 11 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

An surroundings repeatedly radical the general of my ideas. When I was environing fifteen years old we had lone to our scion nigh Belrive, when we witnessed a most forcible and terrific roarstorm. It recent from forthcoming the mountains of Jura, and the thbelow explode at uninterruptedly succeeding a suitableness monstrous temper from diversified quarters of the heavens. I abideed, suitableness the blow lasted, guarding its proficiency succeeding a suitableness celebrity and gratification. As I crystalcourse at the door, on a rash I beheld a flow of vitality cadetren from an old and musical oak which crystalcourse environing twenty yards from our scion; and so before-hanker as the dazzling scanty vanished, the oak had disappeared, and rush abideed but a blighted stump. When we visited it the instant dawning, we establish the tree shattered in a quaint fashion. It was not splintered by the shame, but totally subdued to watery ribbons of thicket. I neternally beheld alwaysything so consummately destroyed.

Before this I was not unpracticed succeeding a suitableness the further self-evident laws of electricity. On this producer a man of protracted reexploration in regular philosophy was succeeding a suitableness us, and bewildered by this revolution, he entered on the exposition of a hypothesis which he had formed on the topic of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and marvelous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the screen Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some defunctlyity the rout of these men averse me to track my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if rush would or could eternally be unconcealed. All that had so hanker intent my vigilance rashly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the spirit which we are may-be most topic to in coming juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my bygone occupations, set down regular fact and all its consequence as a superannuated and barren falsehood, and astare the protractedest haughtiness for a would-be knowledge which could neternally flush tramp succeeding a suitablenessin the origin of actual instruction. In this vein of spirit I betook myself to the mathematics and the offshootes of con-over divert to that knowledge as entity built upon arrest establishations, and so pure of my inducement.

What is the ocean avail of having the listenant commence the narrative succeeding a suitableness flushts from his offshoothood?

[removed] It allows the gatherer to see the coming influences on the letter.

[removed] It creates a tone among the adult listenant and the offshoot-relish celebrity of juvenility.

[removed] It provides gatherers succeeding a suitableness details that, suitableness not applicable, frame the listenant actual.

[removed] It recommends a gravitate or devastating forfeiture obtain before-hanker be illustrative by the listenant.


Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

Before this I was not unpracticed succeeding a suitableness the further self-evident laws of electricity. On this producer a man of protracted reexploration in regular philosophy was succeeding a suitableness us, and bewildered by this revolution, he entered on the exposition of a hypothesis which he had formed on the topic of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and marvelous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the screen Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some defunctlyity the rout of these men averse me to track my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if rush would or could eternally be unconcealed. All that had so hanker intent my vigilance rashly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the spirit which we are may-be most topic to in coming juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my bygone occupations, set down regular fact and all its consequence as a superannuated and barren falsehood, and astare the protractedest haughtiness for a would-be knowledge which could neternally flush tramp succeeding a suitablenessin the origin of actual instruction. In this vein of spirit I betook myself to the mathematics and the offshootes of con-over divert to that knowledge as entity built upon arrest establishations, and so pure of my inducement.

Read this road from the citation:

In this vein of spirit

What does this thperuse say environing the listenant?

[removed] He made up his spirit succeeding economyful inducement.

[removed] He made up his spirit installed on his nuisance.

[removed] He made up his spirit by getting amiable advice.

[removed] He made up his spirit to discharge started consummately.


Question 13 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Quote 2 
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein continues recounting the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

Before this I was not unpracticed succeeding a suitableness the further self-evident laws of electricity. On this producer a man of protracted reexploration in regular philosophy was succeeding a suitableness us, and bewildered by this revolution, he entered on the exposition of a hypothesis which he had formed on the topic of electricity and galvanism, which was at uninterruptedly new and marvelous to me. All that he said threw protractedly into the screen Cornelius Agrippa, Albertus Magnus, and Paracelsus, the lords of my ingenuity; but by some defunctlyity the rout of these men averse me to track my practiced studies. It seemed to me as if rush would or could eternally be unconcealed. All that had so hanker intent my vigilance rashly grew trivial. By one of those caprices of the spirit which we are may-be most topic to in coming juvenility, I at uninterruptedly gave up my bygone occupations, set down regular fact and all its consequence as a superannuated and barren falsehood, and astare the protractedest haughtiness for a would-be knowledge which could neternally flush tramp succeeding a suitablenessin the origin of actual instruction. In this vein of spirit I betook myself to the mathematics and the offshootes of con-over divert to that knowledge as entity built upon arrest establishations, and so pure of my inducement.

Which engagement from the citation describes the listenant’s radical consciousnesss?

[removed] Disdain

[removed] Subject

[removed] Occupations

[removed] Science


Question 14 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Read this thperuse from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

I passed the dimness miscreantedly. Sometimes my pulse strike so undeviatingly and scarcely that I felt the palpitation of eternallyy artery; at others, I nighly sank to the plea through languor and farthest enervation.

Considering the use of the engagement weakness in this thread, what is the most relishly significance of the engagement languor?

[removed] Obsession

[removed] Fear

[removed] Energy

[removed] Tiredness


Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Frankenstein Chapter 2, Excerpt
By Mary Shelley

Victor Frankenstein recounts the influences that administer to his protracted experiment:

When I was thirteen years of age we all went on a edge of choice to the baths nigh Thonon; the autocracy of the spclose bound us to abide a day onesided to the inn. In this scion I chanced to discover a size of the works of Cornelius Agrippa. I opened it succeeding a suitableness apathy; the hypothesis which he attempts to unfold and the strange basis which he relates before-hanker radical this consciousness into fervency. A new scanty seemed to dawn upon my spirit, and inclosure succeeding a suitableness joy, I infectious my thgather to my senior. My senior looked economylessly at the style page of my work and said, "Ah! Cornelius Agrippa! My expensive Victor, do not dissipate your span upon this; it is sad lavish-matter."

If, instead of this comment, my senior had smitten the patience to teach to me that the principles of Agrippa had been totally fictitious and that a later arrangement of knowledge had been introduced which consoled fur protracteder powers than the old, accordingly the powers of the cessation were fitful, suitableness those of the bygone were actual and useful, below such requisite I should unquestionably own thrown Agrippa secret and own amenpowerful my ingenuity, warmed as it was, by rebated succeeding a suitableness protracteder ardour to my bygone studies. It is flush potential that the retinue of my ideas would neternally own accepted the defunctly instigation that led to my downfall. But the economyless conjecture my senior had smitten of my size by no instrument arrangementatic me that he was practiced succeeding a suitableness its discontinuance, and I continued to gather succeeding a suitableness the protractedest desire.

Read this quote from the citation:

It is flush potential that the retinue of my ideas would neternally own accepted the defunctly instigation that led to my downfall.

What does the committer medium by the "deadly instigation" he describes in this thread?

[removed] Something happened that set terrific waterygs in agitation.

[removed] Someone checked his medical fact and establish bad information.

[removed] Somewclose in his juvenility he had a nigh-death knowledge.

[removed] Somespan in the advenient he plans to befit renowned.


Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which equivalent puts someone who talks too fur in the most settled scanty?

[removed] Conversational: foolish of talking

[removed] Blabby: prostrate to overmuch talking or chattering

[removed] Gushing: telling or dictum in an overmuch fashion

[removed] Wordy: using too multifarious expression


Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this thperuse from Frankenstein:

But the cursory conjecture my senior had smitten of my size by no instrument arrangementatic me that he was practiced succeeding a suitableness its discontinuance. . .

Based on the treatment, which of the forthcoming best teachs the engagement cursory?

[removed] Not consummate or adapted to belowstanding fully

[removed] Not demonstrating predilection divert for royalty or wealth

[removed] Not sonorous plenty or forceful plenty to register commodities

[removed] Not including plenty vulgar to share properly


Question 18 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this thperuse from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

A mummy repeatedly endued succeeding a suitableness spirit could not be so grisly as that miscreant.

Which limitation of endued is most relishly available for this thread?

[removed] 12th Century: led

[removed] 15th Century: initiated

[removed] 20th Century: provided

[removed] 20th Century: dyed


Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read this thperuse from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley:

Sometimes my pulse strike so undeviatingly and hardly that I felt the palpitation of eternallyy artery; at others, I nighly sank to the plea through debility and farthest enervation.

Which limitation of hardly is most relishly available for this thread?

[removed] Early 16th Century: Succeeding a suitableness uneasiness or hardship

[removed] Middle English—Early 19th Century: Succeeding a suitableness vital-force or force

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Barely, singly just; not dischargee

[removed] Middle 16th Century: Not easily


Question 20 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Read these threads from Macbeth:

The west yet glimmers succeeding a suitableness some streaks of day:
Now spurs the lated traveller fast,
To bring-about the spanly inn; and nigh approaches
The topic of our guard.

Which of the forthcoming is penny of the expression lated traveller as used close?

[removed] Lated is relishly a Shakespearian statement of belated.

[removed] Lated is mediumt to recommend the travelers are considerable.

[removed] Lated, relish knighted, is colossus bestowed.

[removed] Lated suggests the travelers themselves are not at error.