Can someone help me with my summer reading assignment?

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I was given a summer reading assignment I was told to read a tale of two cities and Frankenstein. I have finished Frankenstein and need help getting started with the assignment. I will attach the assignment. Honors English 12 Summer Reading.txt.docx 

Name: TITLE: AUTHOR: I. List 5 major characters from the novel and a brief description. (3 sentences per character for a total of 15 sentences) II. Identify the main settings and write 75 words explaining their significance to the book as a whole. Cite at least three examples from the text. III. Identify one possible theme. This should not be a fact but rather a statement that you can defend with examples from the book. Follow with 3 quotes from the work to support this theme (include page number and chapter) and a brief explanation as to HOW the quote supports theme. (EXAMPLE: Theme: In Frankenstein, Shelley shows that the pursuit of knowledge can be dangerous. Quote 1: Letter Four, Victor Frankenstein, “You seek for knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that if the gratification of your wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been.” Explanation: Robert Walton seeks knowledge as he tries to become the first man to reach the North Pole. He is completely obsessed with this goal, and he refuses to turn back even though it will be dangerous to proceed. Victor Frankenstein seems to be warning him about seeking knowledge. The author is foreshadowing the havoc Victor has created in seeking knowledge to the point of endangering others. THEME: Quote 1: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 2: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 3: Explanation/Commentary: IV. PERSONAL RESPONSE/REACTION Write a 150-word personal response or reaction to the book. You may include what you liked/didn’t like, favorite character, things didn’t understand, your own analysis of some literary element, etc. Just write your own original thoughts on the book. Cite at least three examples from the text to support your response. Name: TITLE: AUTHOR: I. List 5 major characters from the novel and a brief description. (3 sentences per character for a total of 15 sentences) II. Identify the main settings and write 75 words explaining their significance to the book as a whole. Cite at least three examples from the text. III. Identify one possible theme. This should not be a fact but rather a statement that you can defend with examples from the book. Follow with 3 quotes from the work to support this theme (include page number and chapter) and a brief explanation as to HOW the quote supports theme. (EXAMPLE: Theme: In Frankenstein, Shelley shows that the pursuit of knowledge can be dangerous. Quote 1: Letter Four, Victor Frankenstein, “You seek for knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that if the gratification of your wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been.” Explanation: Robert Walton seeks knowledge as he tries to become the first man to reach the North Pole. He is completely obsessed with this goal, and he refuses to turn back even though it will be dangerous to proceed. Victor Frankenstein seems to be warning him about seeking knowledge. The author is foreshadowing the havoc Victor has created in seeking knowledge to the point of endangering others. THEME: Quote 1: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 2: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 3: Explanation/Commentary: IV. PERSONAL RESPONSE/REACTION Write a 150-word personal response or reaction to the book. You may include what you liked/didn’t like, favorite character, things didn’t understand, your own analysis of some literary element, etc. Just write your own original thoughts on the book. Cite at least three examples from the text to support your response.
Name: TITLE: AUTHOR: I. List 5 major characters from the novel and a brief description. (3 sentences per character for a total of 15 sentences) II. Identify the main settings and write 75 words explaining their significance to the book as a whole. Cite at least three examples from the text. III. Identify one possible theme. This should not be a fact but rather a statement that you can defend with examples from the book. Follow with 3 quotes from the work to support this theme (include page number and chapter) and a brief explanation as to HOW the quote supports theme. (EXAMPLE: Theme: In Frankenstein, Shelley shows that the pursuit of knowledge can be dangerous. Quote 1: Letter Four, Victor Frankenstein, “You seek for knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that if the gratification of your wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been.” Explanation: Robert Walton seeks knowledge as he tries to become the first man to reach the North Pole. He is completely obsessed with this goal, and he refuses to turn back even though it will be dangerous to proceed. Victor Frankenstein seems to be warning him about seeking knowledge. The author is foreshadowing the havoc Victor has created in seeking knowledge to the point of endangering others. THEME: Quote 1: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 2: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 3: Explanation/Commentary: IV. PERSONAL RESPONSE/REACTION Write a 150-word personal response or reaction to the book. You may include what you liked/didn’t like, favorite character, things didn’t understand, your own analysis of some literary element, etc. Just write your own original thoughts on the book. Cite at least three examples from the text to support your response. Name: TITLE: AUTHOR: I. List 5 major characters from the novel and a brief description. (3 sentences per character for a total of 15 sentences) II. Identify the main settings and write 75 words explaining their significance to the book as a whole. Cite at least three examples from the text. III. Identify one possible theme. This should not be a fact but rather a statement that you can defend with examples from the book. Follow with 3 quotes from the work to support this theme (include page number and chapter) and a brief explanation as to HOW the quote supports theme. (EXAMPLE: Theme: In Frankenstein, Shelley shows that the pursuit of knowledge can be dangerous. Quote 1: Letter Four, Victor Frankenstein, “You seek for knowledge and wisdom, as I once did; and I ardently hope that if the gratification of your wishes may not be a serpent to sting you, as mine has been.” Explanation: Robert Walton seeks knowledge as he tries to become the first man to reach the North Pole. He is completely obsessed with this goal, and he refuses to turn back even though it will be dangerous to proceed. Victor Frankenstein seems to be warning him about seeking knowledge. The author is foreshadowing the havoc Victor has created in seeking knowledge to the point of endangering others. THEME: Quote 1: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 2: Explanation/Commentary: Quote 3: Explanation/Commentary: IV. PERSONAL RESPONSE/REACTION Write a 150-word personal response or reaction to the book. You may include what you liked/didn’t like, favorite character, things didn’t understand, your own analysis of some literary element, etc. Just write your own original thoughts on the book. Cite at least three examples from the text to support your response.

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