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Frankenstein:
FORM, STRUCTURE, LANGUAGE
FORM:
The three-volume novel became a standard publishing format in nineteenth century England.
Instead of the common Trilogy of novels, it was published in three sections or instalments.
The form became particularly successful in mid-Victorian times.
The price of each volume remained stable at half a…

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Frankenstein:
FORM, STRUCTURE, LANGUAGE
STRUCTURE:
V-shaped Structure: Walton, Frankenstein, Monster, Frankenstein, Walton
This suggests that Walton's narrative is the surface of the novel's events -- it is the narrative `present'
with which the novel begins and ends.
Below that surface lies Victor Frankenstein's tale -- a cautionary tale relating to…

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JoJo

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hi, loved the resource. thanks so much

Lucy

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You are very welcome :) 

SAMIYA_

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heyy lucy can you email me some of your other frankenstein notes please?

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