Why did Justine confess to the murder? Justine confesses to the crime, believing that she will thereby gain salvation, but tells Elizabeth and Victor that she is innocent—and miserable. Justine confesses to the murder of William so that she could be forgiven, by God, for all of the sins she had committed in her life.
Why was Justine accused of the murder? The locket William had was found in her pocket (The monster put it in her pocket)
Who is Justine Moritz? A young girl who came to live with the Frankenstein family as their servant when their mother no longer wanted her. They loved her as a family member.
What does Victor see in Belrive? The monster
How does Victor Frankenstein’s mother die? scarlet fever
Why does Frankenstein refuse a second time? He fears that the monster will return to society, seek its kindness, be rejected, and with his new partner create even more destruction.
solitude the state of being alone
omnipotent all-powerful
remorse to regret

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