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Frankenstein

Frankenstein

  

by Mary Shelley

Frankenstein Letter 2 Summary

READ THE BOOK: Letter 2
  • Walton is bummed because he has no friends. He won't be friends with the men on the ship, either, because they are, um, not as awesome as he.
  • No one could possibly understand him because he's special and more sensitive than the other men. English majors would probably say he's a Romantic figure.
  • We say we think we know why he has no friends.
READ THE BOOK: Letter 2

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