Victor is able to accomplish his goals, and face his consequences, unlike Robert Walton who turns back from his journey to the North pole. Robert gives up.
As the main protagonist, Victor Frankenstein does benefit Captain Walton.
Robert Walton, an explorer, encounters a bedraggled and sick Victor Frankenstein on the ice. He nurses him back to health, and listens to the story of Frankenstein and his monster. The story the reader holds is the story of Victor Frankenstein as told to Robert Walton. Robert Walton then mailed this story in letters to his sister, Margaret.
The source of magnetism
In Frankenstein, Robert Walton was writing the letters to his sister, Mrs. Margaret Saville.
Captain Robert Walton
Robert Walton, on a quest for the North Pole.
Robert Walton, Victor Frankenstein, Frankensteins parents, Elizabeth, Henry Clerval, and frankensteins monster
A scientist who discovers Frankenstein while traveling in the Arctic.
Robert Walton, an arctic explorer, was the man who wrote the letters in Frankenstein including "Letter 1". Walton evetually meets up with Victor Frankestein.
Robert Walton writes the letters to his sister Margaret Saville. Robert is the ship captin who comes upon Victor Frankenstein while he is chasing the monster.
No, Robert Walton was writing the letters to his sister, Margret. In the fourth letter, he was telling her about Victor, who later tells Robert his story. Victor created the Frankenstein monster.
Robert Walton was traveling to the Arctic, and Victor was following his monster, when the ice broke around Victor and he floated, then rowed himself towards Walton's ship.
His uncle Thomas's books
He's in the north pole when Frankenstein is in search of his monster. He's there because, like Frankenstein, he wants to discover something and become famous out of ambition, but Frankenstein warns him that knowledge can be dangerous.
R. Walton is an explorer or an adventurer
North pole. He wants to discover new lands.
Walton does develop great affection for Frankenstein. but one of brotherly love. Frankenstein poses as a gift to Walton from god in the sense that Frankenstein helps Walton realise that his obsession with discovering the magnetic north pole, shouldn't be something to take over his life and cloud his sense of rationality. i believe that Walton develops a feeling of gratitude towards Frankenstein for giving him insight to the place where he possibly could have ended up if he let himself be a slave to his passions.
Robert Walton is a scientist who is conducting research in the Arctic. His letters to his sister open and close the book. He is the one who rescues Victor Frankenstein and records his story.He is mostly likely Homosexual,he states he prefers the company of men.There is also a lot of gay innuendo in Opening letters which adds to idea of Homosexuality.
Frankenstein decides to tell Walton his story because he sees that Walton is headed on the same path of destruction and torment that he had taken. ~Ahsilyn Awesome~
Robert and Victor met in Alaska. Robert was on a ship and found Victor stranded on a sheet of ice. Frankenstein was written by Mary Shelley.
hes in the start and end