Gender Roles In The Rime Of Ancient Mariner

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The basis of a story is built upon the effectiveness of it it's literally elements, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein is a fairly adequate representation of a story's development through gender roles and how they are viewed in the society written about in the novel. The second element being allusions made to Rime of Ancient Mariner, whose various expressions focus on the development and mentality of the monster. Both of which can be regarded as the foundation for the stories development and dictate the story's outcome. The Rime of Ancient Mariner is a poem focusing on the story told by an older gentlemen stopping wedding guest to share his story, a story in which he sails into a foggy ice field, he then makes the mistake
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