The Strange, Foreign and Monstrous in "Frankenstein"
"Fundamental to the novel is a story, in which a person comes into contact with things that are strange, foreign and monstrous." In an essay of not more than 1500 words, assess this claim with reference to one of the following novels: Frankenstein.
Realist novels are characterised by the use of ordinary, everyday settings and credible characters that seek to depict a reality that the reader can readily identify with and believe in. …
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