Oroonoko comparison mind map

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  • Oroonoko
    • Truth claims makes the text seem more 'factual'
      • Links to the factual way Dracula and Frankenstein are written
        • Telegrams in Dracula and letters in Frankenstein
    • Aphra Behn's struggle with her royalism and her defence on women
      • This struggle could link to Kipling's own struggle for identity- Indian or British?
    • Slaves are compared to the animals within the story-could relate to the ways in which Mowgli and the animals are described in the jungle book
    • Just like Oroonoko is a slave Frankenstein's monster and Dracula could be considered to be a slave to their conditions

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