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“Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.”

I’d like to talk about Frankenstein. 2018 marks the two-hundredth year since its first publication, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein has remained one of the seminal works in science fiction and horror. 467 more words

Frankenstein on the march

(This article was originally published in the bdnews24.com on the 17th of August, 2017. Since then the roles of Breitbart (American far-right newspaper), Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica (a data firm in Cambridge, England) came under severe scrutiny in American presidential election campaign for Donald Trump in 2016. 1,366 more words


Frankenstein, Black Mirror, and personal data

This year marks the 200-year anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic novel Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus. This novel has become a cultural icon, largely due to the figure of the creature, the strange monster cobbled together from stolen body parts and reanimated by the scientist Dr Victor Frankenstein. 856 more words

Deborah Lupton

Textualities18 Conference: A Reflection

When we were first told about the Textualities18 conference, I wasn’t particularly worried about it. I had stood up in front of my classmates plenty of times throughout my years in college to give presentations. 835 more words


Frankenstein - Mary Shelley - Review

score: 4/5

First Sentence: I am by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished
of that republic.

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My Least and Most Viewed Reviews

Book reviews are the type of posts I most like to write for this blog, and they are also the ones that take me the longest to complete and edit. 576 more words