1.  What imagery does Shelley employ when the character describes his "awakening"?

2.  What does the creature's reaction remind you of?

3.  How does the creature get to know the family in the cottage?  Why is he drawn to the family?

4.  How does the change in narration to the creature's point of view affect the reading of the novel?

5.  Do you feel sympathy for the creature when he is rejected by humanity?

6.  What crucial role in the creature's development is played by the DeLacey family?

7.  What is the motivation behind the creature's vow of "eternal hatred and vengeance to all mankind?"