what information does frankenstein tell about his family at the beggining of tale
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Frankenstein begins his tale, sensibly enough, with his childhood: he is from a wealthy and well-respected Swiss family. During the first years of their marriage, the Frankensteins traveled constantly, for the sake of Caroline's fragile health. They divided their time among Germany, Italy, and France; their first child, Victor, was born in Naples, Italy. Victor was adored by his parents, and he adored them in turn; his childhood, from the very first, was wholly idyllic. Until he was five, Victor was an only child, and both he and his parents felt the absence of other children strongly.