In this post, there will be many pictures showing places and important events in the creation of the novel or important places visited in the novel.

Image 1: Draft of Frankenstein written by Mary Shelley herself. In this picture, we can see the part in which Victor gives life to his creature.


Image 2: Mary Shelley started writing Frankenstein’s novel in Switzerland when M.
Baron proposed to write ghost stories. Here is a picture of a beautiful lake in Switzerland. switzerland-1959462_960_720.jpg

Image 3: This is a picture of Mary Shelley and her husband Percy Bysshes Shelley. Done by George Stodart after a monuments done by Henry Weekes.


Image 4: This is a picture of Geneva. The city in which Victor grew up.


Image 5: This is a picture of the Anatomy department at Ingolstadt’s University.

Image 6: This is a picture of the Arveiron; where the Creature told his story to Victor and asked him to created a female monster for him.


Image 7:This is a picture of a beach in Ireland. Henry Clerval was killed on a beach in Ireland, and Victor was accused for his friend’s death.


Image 8: This is a picture of the Arctic Ocean; where Victor follows his creature, and eventually dies.

Arctic Ocean.jpg

By Camille Bessette


10 thoughts on “Pictures

  1. evelynerichardblog says:

    This is a very simple, but very original and interesting way to illustrate passages of the book. It is a very good idea since I assume it would help the reader to picture the setting while reading.

    Good job!

    Evelyne Richard


  2. Olivier Villeneuve says:

    Wow! This post just helped me picture myself into the setting of the novel. These images help us to be more involved in the story as we can now add pictures to the events and to know where the characters really were. Even the picture of Shelley’s draft is something that is interesting to look at!

    Such a simple but incredible post of yours. Great job!


  3. Melanie says:

    When reading a book, people often picture the scenes in their heads. By associating the ideas of the books with images, you help us create even better pictures in our minds of what it really lokoed like. Very well done.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. thefrankybunch says:

    This is a great post, even if it is simple. I liked the fact that you are able to see what the actual places in the book look like. It helped me imagine the story in my head while I was reading. Also, this blog post is a great way to summarize the story in a very efficient way.



  5. tarabmonaghan says:

    Thank you for putting together so many useful images. Consulting this post really helped me visualize the story when reading. There is a lot of things going on in the novel and it is very helpful to be able to put an image on certain aspects to make things clearer.

    Liked by 1 person

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