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Title: Possessing Nature: The Female in Frankenstein
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Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'. Provides both the original and revised editions in. Includes study aids and texts that influenced the writing of 'Frankenstein'.
Mary Shelley: 'Frankenstein', the and Editions Complete online texts of both versions, with study aids. Resources on Frankenstein 'Frankenstein' Reflects the Hopes and Fears of Every Scientific Era Author Philip Ball writes that Frankenstein is more complicated than a story of science gone awry; that each era makes Frankenstein in its own image.
British Library: Discovering Literature: Romantics and Victorians A rich collection of primary sources, articles, themes, images, and works by British Romantic and Victorian authors. Charles E. Robinson: Introduction to the 'Frankenstein' Notebooks Robinson discusses the history of the manuscripts.
From the Pennsylvania Electronic Edition website. Golems: Mysticism, History, Biology, and More This Kenyon University website examines the Yiddish legend of the Golem, an anthropomorphic figure made of clay or wood, and endowed with life by its creator.
Randel contends that the Bavarian setting of 'Frankenstein' is key to understanding its political dimensions. The Strange and Twisted Life of 'Frankenstein' Historian Jill Lepore examines the neglected birth and child-rearing aspects of the novel. Ruth Franklin asks if Mary Shelley's experience of pregnancy lies at the heart of 'Frankenstein'.
Provides links to the other articles. Mellor's feminist analysis of the female and the natural in 'Frankenstein'.
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