In the novel, the reader first meets Robert Walton through the letters he writes to his sister while he travels in the Arctic. He relates the horrific tale of Victor Frankenstein, a miserable wreck of a man that Walton pulls from an ice floe. Victor, in turn, relates the story of his creature, a hideous, wretched, societal outcast, whose existence horrifies and obsesses Victor.
What is the author’s purpose of embedding these stories within one another?
Select ALL that apply.