Frankenstein- Chapter 10

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  • Chapter 10
    • Setting
      • ......................
        • This setting is mentioned by both Frankenstein and his monster. The Doctor refers to a "courtyard" as his refuge whilst the monster refers to the "desert mountains and dreary glaciers" - both ...............settings.
      • Extreme landscapes
        • The extreme landscape described at the beginning is similar to that which was described by Walton in his letters. Therefore creating a setting which creates tension and an atmosphere of danger.
      • .......................
        • The storm at the beginning is used by Shelley to suggest the upcoming confrontation between the two characters.
    • Themes
      • ...............
      • Creation
    • Voice
      • The narrative voice is still Frankenstein. It has been argued that, at this point, he comes across as having more     ....................   characteristics  that the actual monster due to his apparent desire to fight.
    • Character
      • Frankenstein
        • Voice
          • The narrative voice is still Frankenstein. It has been argued that, at this point, he comes across as having more     ....................   characteristics  that the actual monster due to his apparent desire to fight.
        • At this stage, the ................. description of the monster is through Frankenstein's perspective- thus being biased. Hearing the monster's voice gives readers an honest representation of the monster.
      • The monster
        • As Frankenstein "trembled with rage and horror" and appears ready to fight, the monster remains much calmer and is seemingly well ...............
    • Repetition
      • .....................
        • The narrative voice repeats this word in an attempt to make the monster feel weaker and therefore making himself increasingly superior.
      • .....................
        • The monster  repeatedly uses this word to remind Frankenstein that any of his actions are ultimately those of his creator's.
      • ......................
        • Religious connotations illustrate the point being made by this word and also makes a link to      ...................................

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