how does the end of the novel justify the concentric levels of narration introduced at the beginning?

ch 23-24

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Victor is the first-person narrator, but Walton fills in the things that it would be impossible for Victor to convey. Walton is able to tell the story that Victor can't, and Shelley uses his correspondence to gives us those very important details.