Frankenstein. Introduction; Letters and Chaps 1 and 2 Narrative Frames and Family Relations . Outline. Introduction: Frankenstein -- Background and Major Themes The Letters Chaps 1 and 2 Notes References. Background. Mary Shelley –
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Letters and Chaps 1 and 2
Narrative Frames and Family Relations
“restored him to animation by rubbing him with brandy… From this time a new spirit of life animated the decaying frame of the stranger.”
The course of his interest as that of fate:
“for the birth of thatpassion which afterwards ruled my destiny I find it arise, like a mountain river, from ignoble and almost forgotten sources; but,swelling as it proceeded, it became the torrent which, in its course, has swept away all my hopes and joys.” (38)