WHS Students in Mrs. Price’s AP Literature and Composition recently started reading Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley. With a body biography, they explained all they know about Victor Frankenstein in various ways: Represent the following aspects of your character symbolically on the body silhouette. Be sure to be descriptive if you choose not to draw objects.The Heart – Where should it be placed to represent what this character loves most? What should it look like, and what shape, color, pictures, or symbols should be included in it? The Backbone – This should be presented in a way that visually conveys what motivates the character most. The Hands – What does the character hold in their hands? Items that are associated with the character either literally or symbolically should be included. The Feet – What does the character stand for or believe in? This should be a symbolic representation of the character’s most important beliefs about life. The Background – Include elements that depict the character’s environment, background, or situation. Quotations – Near the character’s head, place a direct quote from the book said by the character.