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Can you please check the following senteces for me? Thank you very much

1) Give a brief description of the monster as referred to (?) by Dr Frankenstein to in Chapter 5 of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Explain then what the monster stands for and what feelings this detailed description (of the monster?) reinforce.
2) Briefly summarize the first part of the Mariner's tale to the wedding guest. Focus your attention on the natural elements the ship encounters at the beginning of the voyage.
3) Which characteristics of the Gothic novel does Shelley's Frankenstein contain?
4) The monster has got dull, yellow eyes, thin black lips, a shrivelled complexion and a sallow skin. His skin was so transparent that it was possible to see the pulsing work of his veins and arteries.
5)He moves its limbs convulsively and mutters inarticulated sounds. His face is furrowed by deep scars.
6)His face is sweaty. His face is in a sweat (?)
7) Briefly state the main features of Wordsworth's poetry as stated in his Preface to the second edition of Lyrical Ballads.

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  1. 1) Give a brief description of the monster as referred to by Dr Frankenstein in Chapter 5 of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Explain what the monster stands for and what feelings this detailed description of the monster reinforces.

    2) Briefly summarize the first part of the Mariner's tale to the wedding guest. Focus your attention on the natural elements the ship encounters at the beginning of the voyage.

    3) Which characteristics of the Gothic novel does Shelley's Frankenstein contain?

    4) The monster had dull, yellow eyes, thin black lips, a shrivelled complexion, and sallow skin. His skin was so transparent that it was possible to see his pulse in his veins and arteries.

    5)He moves its<~~What is "it"? limbs convulsively and mutters inarticulated sounds. His face is furrowed by deep scars.

    6)His face is sweaty.

    7) Briefly state the main features of Wordsworth's poetry as stated in his "Preface to the Second Edition of Lyrical Ballads".

    Compare yours and mine very carefully to catch all the corrections.

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