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Example of Implicit Theme cont. •Details that hint towards implied theme: –Books, letters, diaries, and manuscripts are included, referenced, and alluded to throughout the book –Creature learns to read, and reads about own creation in Victor’s diary (compares to other creation stories he has read/heard)

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