In Frankenstein, why does the man picked up by the ship say he is there?

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The answer to this question can be found in the fourth letter that Robert Walton writes home to his sister Margaret, who lives in England. 

On July 31st, Walton said, he and the rest of the people on the ship had seen a huge man sitting on a “sledge” with dogs...

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