What structure does Mary Shelley use in chapter 5 in the book Frankenstein?

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I am assuming you mean chapter 5 from the first volume, so I will answer according to that.

Frankenstein is an epistolary novel, meaning it is formed out of letters that are sent back and forth between people. At the beginning of Volume 1, Chapter 5, Clerval gives Victor

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