Frankenstein Essay | How Point of View Affects how We View the Characters in "Frankenstein"

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How Point of View Affects how We View the Characters in "Frankenstein"

Summary: The literary device of point of view in the classic novel "Frankenstein" by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.

Frankenstein is a novel, which was written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. The novel is composed in a narrative form, which basically tells two sides of a story through one being. The narrative is relayed to its readers in a first person limited point of view, since the being telling the story knows only what he has been told by Victor Frankenstein and the monster. The fact that the stories of Frankenstein and the monster are told by a stranger makes the novel better as a whole.

The novel, Frankenstein, is composed as a narrative told through first person limited point of view. A character named Walton, who is the captain of a ship and a complete stranger to Frankenstein and the monster, tells the story. Walton only knows what he has been told by Frankenstein and the monster...

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