What do believe is most important about the way that the novel ends? Why? Do we feel any sadness about either the monster or Frankenstein's death? Why or why not? Is there a message that we understand from Walton's comments about Victor? What message does Victor wish for Walton to understand from Victor's life? Is this one that we can see as helpful in society/outside of the novel? What message or impression does the monster wish for Walton (and perhaps us) to understand? What quote from the section/passage (that I quoted and am referring to) stands out most for you and why? Is the ending one that makes the novel seem "true" or "real"? Why/why not?