In chapter one of Frankenstein, what are some positive relationship points and what are some disturbing relationship points?
One positive relationship point in chapter one of Frankenstein is Victor's parents' supportive relationship with each other. One possibly disturbing relationship point could be Caroline's insistence that Victor and Elizabeth marry, which creates a foredoomed relationship.
In the opening chapter of Frankenstein, Victor starts telling us—and Walton—about his family background. Generally speaking, Victor gives us an positive account of his upbringing, complete with close relationships, such as that between his father, Alphonse, and his mother, Caroline . Alphonse generously agreed to become Caroline's protector when her father, Alphonse's friend Beaufort, died in poverty. Two years later, Alphonse and Caroline were married, and Victor was born not long...
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