One of the most investigated novels of English, Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley is often regarded high for the varied types of themes which contribute to the overall strategy of the novelist. It is primary to recognize that the themes of the novel are closely linked to the development of the narrative and the strategy used. Evaluated from this point, the theme of education, which is a major theme of the novel, can be comprehended as the best example for the same idea. That is to say, the theme of education is strongly connected to the structure of the novel and the novelist aims at the education of the readers by proposing this theme and strategy. The novel is concerned with the education of various characters through the different events of the novel and ultimately with the education of the reader who comes to realize how and what every character in the novel learns, i.e. the real essence of the concept of education. The novelist's strategy is linked to the same education of the readers, i.e. to teach the readers the most pertinent aspects of life and world, and the narrative structure is greatly connected with this theme of education. The various events of the novel using the epistolary style of narrative structure help the education of the reader. The different letters by various characters can be understood as expressing the theme of education in the novel.The educational background of every character is distinct from that of the others and the relationships that develop among these characters
contribute to the meaning of the novel.