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Epistolary Novel and Narrators in Frankenstein

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Jarett Weaver

on 4 April 2013

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Transcript of Epistolary Novel and Narrators in Frankenstein

Background Research By Jarett Weaver and Chase Clark Epistolary Novel Epistolary Novel and the Narrators of Frankenstein Written in the form of documents. In context, Frankenstein is written by documenting the correspondence between Captain Walton and his sister. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is also an epistolary novel. NARRATORS Captain Walton - Is out exploring the north pole for scientific reasons in search of becoming rich and famous. While on the expedition he sees a massive figure mastering a dog sled. Later the crew rescues a hypothermic man identified as Victor Frankenstein. They later find out that Frankenstein is actually chasing after the gigantic figure the crew had seen earlier. Victor Frankenstein - Starts out his part of the narrative by talking about his childhood. He has always been a science fanatic and is always thinking about how science is all around him. This eventually leads him to create Frankenstein the monster. Monster- The Monster's point of view begins from his conception and covers all of his life. He is 8 feet tall and is emotional and smart. He is ugly and is judged based on scary he looks rather than his intelligence. This forces him to seek revenge against Dr. Frankenstein. Works Cited "Frankenstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 2 Apr. 2013. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankenstein>.
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