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Research; Frankenstein - Mary Shelley

‘Frankenstein’ is a book that I have been meaning to rad for a fair few years now. It was only recently, when spurned to read it on by my partner Sarah, as well as Andre during a tutorial just two weeks  ago, that I finally continued my reading of the book, and have been filled with a wealth of inspiration and information on the nature of ‘Re-animation’, as well as notions of the ‘Sublime’, and a renewed outlook on Alchemical processes. 629 more words


Mary Shelley dies at 53 from a brain tumour.

Mary Shelley died on 1st February 1851 at 53 from a ‘Disease of the Brain Supposed Tumour in left hemisphere.’ She had been suffering from severe headaches for many years. 204 more words

Mary Shelley

Review : Frankenstein

All my speculations and hopes are as nothing, and like the archangel who aspired to omnipotence, I am chained in an eternal hell. 607 more words


Thursday 4th Feb, 2016

It’s been a busy old while. Lots of plays submitted to Cast Iron 7, and it was a tough time whittling down the selection to the final six. 384 more words


Books read in January

I’m still taking it easy. Rather than force myself to read, and stress myself into apathy again, I’m taking small steps. Don’t worry though, I’m getting better. 649 more words


Every political good carried to the extreme must be productive of evil.