The Blind Man

Topics: Arctic, World Pages: 2 (443 words) Published: March 1, 2009
trrtdddddddddddddddddThe first character that we are introduced to in Frankenstein is Robert Walton. Walton spent a couple of years in preparation for his voyage to the Arctic in isolation. During his voyage, Walton sends letters to his sister sporadically to tell her how lonely he is out there by himself. He is on a ship with many deck hands and crewmembers, but in his letter to Margaret, his sister, he states, " I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy" Although Walton has a boat full of men, he still feels lonely and friendless, and wishes he had a friend on the boat to keep him occupied. Once he rescues Victor, his feelings of loneliness slowly disappear.

Victor Frankenstein, like Robert Walton, isolated himself from the world for many years. Frankenstein spent a long time working on his creation is his dungeon of a basement away from the rest of the world. According to Frankenstein, he spent so much time working that he started to forget his friends and family .Frankenstein's work had pretty much become his life. Frankenstein did not realize how lonely ge was until one of his old friends, Clerval, arrived and reminded him of all his family and friends he had left behind.The first character that we are introduced to in Frankenstein is Robert Walton. Walton spent a couple of years in preparation for his voyage to the Arctic in isolation. During his voyage, Walton sends letters to his sister sporadically to tell her how lonely he is out there by himself. He is on a ship with many deck hands and crewmembers, but in his letter to Margaret, his sister, he states, " I have no friend, Margaret: when I am glowing with the enthusiasm of success, there will be none to participate my joy" Although Walton has a boat full of men, he still feels lonely and friendless, and wishes he had a friend on the boat to keep him occupied. Once he rescues Victor, his feelings of loneliness slowly...
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