Read this line from frankenstein: when i was thirteen years of age we all...
Based on the context of this passage, one can conclude that the word inclemency, which refers to the weather, means unpleasant, that is to say, it is making reference to a kind of weather that is not mild or tempered, and that it would make any excursion or time spent outdoors, like in the baths mentioned in the passage, either uncomfortable or simply dangerous. That is why the people in the passage were forced to spend a day confined to the inn.
. . .what glory would attend the discovery if I could banish disease from the human frame and render man invulnerable to any but a violent death!
These are the lines that most strongly suggest that the narrator will fight against nature. In these lines, the narrator considers the possibility of getting rid of death in all cases, except for violent death. He thinks of the possibility of this discovery, and argues that the person who accomplished it would most likely receive "glory." This hints at the fact that the author will try to fight against nature and death.
it's called a epic poem i believe, hope this ☺
the correct answer is c. usually the language, and its emotional insight, that is how feelings and attitudes are expressed through language, are not quite present in film adaptations. despite that, it is a factor that a fan may either not notice or not care much about, especially compared to the other factors.