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    Any essential points you would make about this question, clearly the main narrators are the Creature, Walton and Frankenstein, so I will be structuring my argument around these, but there are also narrative voices in the letters such as Elizabeth and Victor's father- got this essay on Thursday.
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    I did Frankenstein at A Level, too. Absolutely hated it.

    It gives a sense of unreliable narration, as in you don't what's truthful or what's not is a point I can think of from the top of my head.
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    I'm not going to do your homework for you, lolol.
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    (Original post by Save.Me)
    I did Frankenstein at A Level, too. Absolutely hated it.

    It gives a sense of unreliable narration, as in you don't what's truthful or what's not is a point I can think of from the top of my head.
    It's not too bad, it's short which is the main thing for me!! and thank you
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    I'm not going to do your homework for you, lolol.
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    Walton's narrative serves as a moral baseline which we can compare other characters to. For example, Walton and Frankenstein are very similar people but ultimately Walton turns back before his goal destroys him. In comparison, Frankenstein does not consider the consequences and goes all the way in making the creature. By having Walton's narrative first, Shelly is allowing us to compare the two characters and emphasise how distorted Frankenstein's morals are.

    This is just a quick answer I came up with, obviously you could switch it around and make it sound better but I hope it helps for now
 
 
 

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