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Chapter 1: 
To begin with Mary Shelley opens her novel through exploring Victor Frankensteins family background from before he was born to his childhood. He tells stories of how his family was one of the most known and liked family in their republic, and how his father who is not yet named this early in the novel was a well respected man who was well known for his integrity and indefatigable attention to public business. Victor’s Father and Mr Beaufort, his mother Caroline’s father had a very friendly relationship as they both shared many similarities and got along with each other like they were each others clone. However, Mr Beaufort became very sick and with all the assistance he passed away a few months after falling ill. Soon later Victor was born into the family and remained the only child until Caroline decided to adopt a girl who was Victors age 5 years after Victors birth who was named Elizabeth.

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Chapter 2:
Throughout chapter 2 Mary explores how Victors relationship with Elizabeth grows stronger and stronger with the two becoming best friends. Victor then discusses his relationship with his close schoolmate Henry Clerval who he shared a lot in common with. Labelling his childhood the happiest anyone could ask for with the help of his two best friends and his parents. As his teenage years grew he became more and more interested in the different sciences of the world studying books by Cornelius Agrippa.

Chapter 3:
During chapter 3 Victor decides that at just age 17 he will move away his family in Geneva to attend the university at Ingolstadt so that he can study natural philosophy with M. Krempe who tells him that his been studying all the wrong things. Just before Victor leaves to go to the university Victors mother catches scarlet fever from Elizabeth who she took the time to look after and sadly passes away soon after catching the fever. 

Chapter 4
Throughout chapter 4 Mary explores how much Victor is loving his time at the university putting in all the hard yards while having to put aside his much loved family and friends back home in Geneva. Through his study he becomes extremely interested in the mystery of the creation of life, so much so he decides to study how the human body is built and how it dies. After a number years of endless work he puts together all that his teachers have taught him and takes it one step further discovering the secret of life. He starts work hidden away in his apartment where no one can see or know what he’s up to and decides to begin the construction of a creature.Whilst constructing his master piece he has to sacrifice everything else forgetting about family, friends, studies, and social life all leading to him growing pale, lonely, and obsessed.

Chapter 5
During this chapter Mary explores the completion of Victors creation and the troubles and successes he comes across. When Victor finally brings his creation to life, its ugliness horrifies him. Soon later he goes into his bedroom and tries to sleep, but he is kept wide awake by nightmares about Elizabeth and his mother’s corpse. When he wakes up he finds the monster watching over his bed with a creepy smile. The next morning, he walks the streets of the town of Ingolstadt, staying away from his now haunted apartment. As he is walking through the town Victor runs into his old school friend Henry Clerval, who has just arrived to start studying at the university. The thought of seeing Henry made him relax a little remembering all his loved ones back home so he decides to brings him back to his apartment. When Victor enters his apartment he is happy to find that his creation is no where to be found. After numerous sleepless nights and he becomes sick with some kind of fever which lasts for several months where Henry was left to take care of him. Once Victor fully recovers Henry gives him a note from Elizabeth which she had sent him whilst he was sick.

Chapter 6
This chapter is based off Elizabeth’s letter which she writes to show her concern about Victor’s sickness and tells him that he should write to his family as soon as he recovers or is well enough to inform them of his conditions. Elizabeth also tells him that Justine Moritz, who used to live with his family has once again returned to their house after the death of her mother. Once Victor has fully recovered from his sickness, he decides to repay Henry for looking after him by introducing him to all the professors at the university. Victor decides that he will return to his home in Geneva.