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Allusions to Rime of the Ancient Mariner in Frankenstein
Transcript of Allusions to Rime of the Ancient Mariner in Frankenstein
are structured like Rime of the
Ancient Mariner. Other Similarities between "Frankenstein" and "Rime of The Ancient Mariner." Robert Walton and
the wedding guest Both of these stories are frame narratives -For their transgressions, both The Mariner and Frankenstein watch everyone around them die while they must live and suffer.
Victor and the Old mariner A story is being told...
Frankenstein begins with Robert Walton setting out on his journey to the North Pole Walton is writing letters to his sister and he is the speaker. In the first layer of the poem the brother of the groom begins to tell about how he is grabbed by the ancient mariner Both stories are told completely in flashback. The Mariner hypnotizes the guest with his "glittering eye", and begins to tell his tale. In Frankenstein, Victor is telling his story to Robert Walton. In Frankenstein Robert Walton alludes to the Rime of the Ancient Marine we think that Shelley chose to do this is the beginning to foreshadow and show what kind of themes the book would have. We believe she did this in the end to show how Robert Walton did not want to treat his crew in that manner and how Victor did treat his family that way.
in the second layer the mariner begins to tell his story Characters alluding to Rime of the Ancient Mariner THE END!!!!!!!!!!!!!!