Cornelius/AP Literature Frankenstein - The Modern Prometheus Journal Log, Presentation, Textual analysis You and a few classmates will be assigned to one of the motif groups below. As you read Frankenstein, you are required to keep a journal that logs instances when your assigned motif is evident in every chapter. You should analyze how your topic is expressed in Frankenstein through images, quotes, summary, and analysis/connections. You are encouraged to be creative visually AND academically in this log. Each log will be scored. Then, you and your group members will collaborate on a final presentation using the evidence in your logs collectively. You will be graded on how effectively you can represent your assigned topic as it is explored in Frankenstein in your log, your group presentation, and by your understanding of the text. Use the text! Group 1 – Male/Female – Masculine/Feminine Group 2 – Nature and Science Group 3 – Parenting, Families, and Romantic Relationships Group 4 –Allusions (references to the Bible, other works, idioms, etc.) Group 5 – Foils, Doppelgangers, and Friendship Group 6 – Life, Death, and Dreams Presentation: Integrate quotes, images, art, shapes, color, exciting font, silhouettes, and outlines of images alone or intersecting, emotions, words with heavy connotation, etc. into your presentation. This is your creation. Bring it to life!