Frankenstein Characters!

Victor Frankenstein Protagonist of the story, studied in Ingolstadt, discovers the secret of life and creates an intelligent but grotesque monster.
Monster The grotesque and intelligent monster that Victor Frankenstein creates, and attempts to integrate himself into human social patterns, but all who see him shun him.
Robert Walton The Arctic searfarer whose letters open and close Frankenstein. He picks up Victor Frankenstein from the ice, helps nurse him back to health, and hears Victor’s story.
Alphonse Frankenstein Victor’s father, who is very sympathetic twoard his son. He reminds his son the importance of family.
Elizabeth Lavenza A young girl who is four to five years younger than Victor, whom the Frankenstein adopts. She is Victor’s cousin. She eventually marries Victor, and is murdered by the monster the night they get married.
Henry Clerval Victor’s boyhood friend, who nurses Victor back to health in Ingolstadt. Henry follows Victor in his footseps as a scientist, and is eventally killed by the monster.
William Frankenstein Victor’s youngest brother and the darling of the Frankenstein family. The monster strangles him in the woods.
Justine Mortiz A young girl adopted by the Frankensteins. She is framed, accused and executed for the murder of William.
Caroline Beaufort The daughter of the Beauforts, and is taken in by, and later marries Alphonse Frankenstein. The mother of Victor, and she soon dies of fever.
Beaufort A mearchant and friend of Victor’s father; the father of Caroline Beaufort.
De Lacey A blind old man who father Felix, Safie (Felix’s wife), and Agatha. The monster learns to speak and interact by observing them. He tries to reveal himself to them, and is chasen away.
Earnest Frankenstein The brother of Victor Frankenstein.
M. Waldman The professor of chemistry who sparks Victor’s interest in science. He dismisses the alchemists’ conclusions as unfounded but sympathizes with Victor’s interest in a sceince that can explain the “big questions,” such as the origin of life.
M. Krempe A professor of naturaly philosophy at Ingolstadt. He dimisses Victor’s study of the alchemistas as wasted time and encourages him to begin his studies anew.
Mr. Kirwin The Ireland magistrate who accuses Victor of Henry’s murder.

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