They were poor and couldn't afford the rent and so were kicked out.
They found out about the creature living next to them and became afraid.
They were poor and decided to move to a cheaper area.
They decided to bring the blind father to a doctor in Paris.
He learns by watching the DeLacy family (the cottagers).
He learns by reading Victor's journals.
He doesn't have to learn; it comes naturally to him.
He uses Hooked on Phonics.
He doesn't decide; he just naturally IS evil.
He decided that he would get more respect by being evil
He has a natural liking for the Dark Side.
He decides that since people immediately thought he was evil, then he would be evil.
Victor created him.
Victor abandoned him.
Victor loved him.
Victor denied creating him.
He wants to, but isn't physically able to.
He doesn't want to, because he wants something from Victor.
He wants to, but Victor is his father, so he doesn't.
He doesn't want to, because he feels Victor's not worth it.
A great work of fiction
A horror story
A love story
Victor confesses to him
He overhears a discussion between Victor and Henry
He puts two and two together when he sees the scientific equipment.
He discovers Victor's journal in a satchel
They have barred the doors shut.
They have summoned the authorities.
They have moved.
They have left food for him.
Destroy the first monster
Tour England and Scotland with Henry Clerval.
Take Alphonse on a European vacation.
The coast of Denmark
The Swiss Alps
The Orkney Islands
The University of Ingolstadt
The two will begin a murderous rampage together.
The two creatures will mate and create a "race of devils...upon the earth."
The two will not run away to South America as promised.
The two will not be able to procreate.
He suspected of killing Henry Clerval.
He is suspected of killing William Frankenstein.
He is suspected of killing M. Krempe.
He is suspected of killing Justine Moritz
He is shot at.
He is regraded as a hero.
He nearly drowns because he doesn't know how to swim.
All of the above.
He falls overboard.
He gets lost.
Henry directs his to shore.
None of these