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Summary: Captain Robrert Walton serves a conduit through which the reader will hear the story of Victor and his abhorred creation.
Title of Work: Frankenstein

Author and Date written: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, 1818

Country of Author: London, England

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Robert Walton- A man of strong resolve, Walton is the captain of a ship sailing towards the North Pole. Absolutely amazed by its awesome power, Robert Walton makes it his objective to seek out the source of the magnetic field and he is not at all hesitant to sacrifice a few of his crewmembers to the harsh environment in order to make this discovery of a lifetime. However, misfortune strikes in the form of two frozen ice sheets and traps Walton and his crew. It is here that Walton meets the protagonist of our tale, Victor Frankenstein. Henceforth, Walton serves a conduit through which the reader will hear the story of Victor and his abhorred creation.

Victor Frankenstein- The ambitious and self-centered Victor Frankenstein our main protagonist in this...

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